Victorian Gilt Brass & Cranberry Glass Hanging Parlor Lamp. c.1870
A ‘Victorian Gilt & Cranberry Glass Hanging Parlor Lamp’ – dates circa 1870. Features a large cranberry glass decorated in a thumb-print like pattern, with a gilt brass frame and hanging chain. Electrical wiring had been updated.
A large Royal Worcester lamp, it dates circa 1890, England. A simple, yet unique lamp composition in the classic style of ‘Royal Worcester’. It has a soft yellow colour for the body, with accents of gold around the bottom and top trim. The trim is decorated with a blend of floral, bead and scroll. It features hand painted wild flowers in the centre upon the rear and front of the body.
A stunning Royal Worcester light fixture, it would be perfect to brighten up any space.
Excellent Condition: No chips. (Minimal surface scratches, and some scruff marks on the flowers that can be easily polished. )
A’Pair of French Bronze Torch Sconces with Shades’ – dates circa, 1900. It features a unique frosted glass flame shaped shade, with a gilt bronze body, decorated with a intricate ‘tassel and ribbon’ design. Electrical has been updated – working condition.
Measures: 18 inches tall (with shade) x 4 inches wide.
A ‘Art Nouveau Marble & Bronze Figural Lamp’ – dates early 20th century. It features a beautiful classical figure of a child with robe in bronze, a decorative marble platform base, and updated electrical wiring. Nice colour and patination throughout.
The unique leopard print lamp shade is optional.
No Mark: unknown marker, possibly made in France.
Measures: 25 inches tall (with shade, 10 1/2 inches in diameter) x 5 1/2 inches wide.
Excellent condition. Minor wear. Updated electrical.