Pair of Regency Period English Cut Crystal and Gilt Bronze Candelabras, 1830
This is a pair of Regency English gilt bronze and cut crystal candelabras. The bronze, with foliate, floral, and scrollwork ornament, consists of two curvilinear arms extending outward from an elevated centre post. The arms and the centre posts are surmounted by cut-crystal candle holders, thread-mounted above facetted bobeche hung with round and teardrop pendant crystals.
The candle cups and bobeche disassemble for ease of cleaning. The centre post is fixed to a cut-crystal base of baluster form, finished with a round plinth, with a starburst cut into the bottom.
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. )