A fine, single 19th c. French Hand Painted Oil Table Lamp, now converted to electricity The Brass Mounted Lamp has a Painted Scene of a cherub angel putti with a reclining lady and lyre at back.
This is a great example of a Brass and glass round-form hall lantern, very popular in the late 19th and early 20th century. There’s been a surge of interest in pieces such as these, which not only look great in the entrance to a home, but also make elegant additions to a dining room. Although the design is 19th century, it’s a piece that looks great both with traditional furniture and cutting-edge contemporary design.
A Victorian brass telescopic standard lamp. Circa 1880. This height adjustable, polished brass lamp is raised on a wonderful decorative cast brass base.
Edwardian Brass Table Lamps in the form of Corinthian Columns on Platform Bases all lights and lamps have been rewired with authentic corded flex, fitted with either foot switch or finger clicker switcth