Pallme Koenig/Austria table lamp circa 1905;
Base is made of gilt brass and is flexible/adjustable.
Shade made of grey/pink glass with thin red threads trailed in an irregular net pattern; slight iridescence. Newer wiring.
Unsigned. Excellent condition, no damages.
Height: 32 cm / 12,5 "
Art Nouveau Mushroom Lamp France circa 1919.
Base made of wrought iron.Red overlay glass with
blue specks.New wiring.Height:52 cm/23"
Diameter : 20 cm / 8"
Signed "Y.France" . Excellent condition no damages.
Art Nouveau Mushroom Lamp France circa 1915.
Base made of wrought iron.White overlay glass with
purple,brown and blue specks.New wiring.Height:46 cm/20"
Unsigned. Excellent condition no damages.
Art Nouveau Table Lamp Daum Nancy circa 1910
Shade made of yellow overlay glass with orange powder
specks.Signed on the shade "Daum Nancy"cross of Lorraine..Height:46cm/18,5"
Base made of gilt brass.Newer wiring.
Excellent condition no damages.
A fine French Nineteenth Century bronze ten light Neoclassical chandelier, circa 1880. The bronze is crisply cast. Condition is excellent. Dimensions: Height 30", Width 25".
This is an elegantly simple pair of candleholders cast from spelter by the end of the 19th century. Circa date 1890. Dimensions 9 ¾” high/ 4 ½” Diameter (base).
Gorgeous Pairpoint puffy boudoir lamp, circa early 1907. The lamp features a lavender and black Stratford shade with dogwood trees and yellow, blue, and purple flowers. The shade sits atop a bronze base. Both pieces are signed. The lamp measures 14 1/2" tall x 8 1/2" in diameter. It is in very good condition and working order. We also have this lamp available with a blue shade. *Call our store to process order, Historic District Antiques 501-624-3370*
A very sweet pair of early 19th. century English coaching lamps, They were probably used as internal lighting as they are only 14 ins. high. They are in good condition.
Art Nouveau French Desk Lamp, C.1910. The carved open floral multi overlapping rose petal shade with yellow amber background; Art Nouveau gilded metal curvilinear arm and foliate leaf design base. Base with foundry marks 1415 GJ. Height: approximately 12 inches. Later wiring.
Art Nouveau Muller Frères desk lamp, C.1910. The counter balance lamp with art nouveau brass base and curvilinear arm. The mottled art glass shade with varied vibrant orange and pink mauve colours, old gold coloured cloth covered braided cable, new lamp socket and plug. Height: Approximately 16.5 inches. Signed shade Muller Fres Luneville.
Rare and unique sculptural brass lamp featuring a Japanese man at well. The cloisonne bucket fashioned from a late 19th C cloisonne vase features butterflies and flowers. Base is signed by the French artist: "E. Delabrierre". In excellent condition, the lamp was re wired once pre-1970. Measures 14" high, 12" wide, and 6" deep. Dates pre-1912
Very Early TRIPLE Candle Stand
FLOOR model ... IRON
28.50 inches TALL
8.00 inches in WIDTH
19" h x 4.5" d Two separate Chinese porcelain hat stands electrified as lamps with hardwood bases. One has peony decoration and cut outs. One is blue and white with some stress cracks. Sold separately.
Priced at $1500.
Our Dealer No. 105 offers this beautiful lamp; aladdin-marked chimney cracked at base.
Please inquire for details.
The ribbed, urn-shaped lamp has a center crest in blue and orange enamel with extensive gilt, including a crown, three gilt fleur de lis, and a white dove; as well as three additional floral design panels around the lamp torso; other gilt and enamel designs encircle the shoulders, as well as the permanently attached lid; a blue enamel and gilt border encircles the base of the lamp. Much of the enameling is raised. The filigree base has four feet, and shows age-darkening...
Cranberry glass cut to clear on brass bases that were never electrified. Includes portrait of Nasser al-Din Shah Qajar(16 July 1831 – 1 May 1896), King of Iran/Persia ( 17 September 1848 - 1 May 1896).
Dimensions: H 26 in. x W 15.75 in.
Early 20th century French Bouillotte lamp. In the desirable green variety, with original painting on tole shade features two laurel bands. Later electrified.
H 28.25 in. x W 5.25 in. x D 5.25 in.
Exquisite pair of first quarter of 19th century French Empire gilded and patinated bronze candelabra in the form of winged cupids. Each stands upon a globe, and supports a torch, from which three scrolling foliate arms sprout.
Provenance: Gavin Douglas Fine Antiques, London