There are no chips or cracks in the glass of the oil lamp. Thanks for looking.
A finely preserved pricket Candlestick, likely Dutch / Flemish or German, later 16th. century
Wonderful specimen in the typical pre-brass period, where the alloy is a sort of white bronze. The candlestick is standing on three legs, which is rather unusual.
Size: Approx 23 cm. and heavy (massive) weighing 1 kilogram.
A rare and superb piece!
Ex. Ib Olsen Collection
This is a beautiful and tall pair of candlesticks sculpted from solid beech by the second half of the 18th century during the Louis XVI era. Each nicely turned and adorned with acanthus patterns supported by a tripod base. This pair was converted into lamps by the second half of the 19th century and is ready to be mounted with US wire. Minor scratches and dents can be seen due to the age. Circa date 1780-1790. Dimensions 24"high/ 10"diameter (Base).
From the workshop of Hugo Berger in Rasper Austria, this candelabra is of wrought iron, with a finish resembling bronze, and measures 13 3/4" high x 11 7/8" wide. It is signed "Goberg", the signatue of Berger, with double stamps of "Rasper Austria".
Berger created a variety of wrought iron furnishings, all in the Secessionist or Jugendstil style, for which Vienna was the center of this movement...
Victorian cobalt glass oil lamp with etched chimney and enamel from the 1890s. This tall table lamp has a 10-1/2" deep cobalt blue base with an open cut pontil, an original Plume & Atwood Mfg. Co. 2-3/4" brass burner and collar and an etched glass 9-1/4" large glass chimney. The burner has a second 1897 renewed patent date and the burner and flat wick show no signs of use at all (no wick char or burner darkening) and there is no smell of lamp oil or kerosene...
Antique Chinese celedon baluster form vase with raised foliate decoration and applied ring handles , now mounted as a lamp with wood base and carved hardstone finial. Circa 1900.
Height to Lip: 13”
Overall: 22.5” without finial
Exceptional Pair of Bronze Dore Figural-form Candlesticks, having removable drip pans, pillars decorated with swags and three busts and circular plinth bases. French, circa 1870.
Overall height: 12"
Base Diameter: 6”
A huge and impressive antique, 19th century, silver plated brass, church sanctuary hanging vigil oil lamp. The massive bulbous form body, superb workmanship applied with three ormolu winged cherubs and foliate garlands with flower heads, bottom decorated with embossed and chased stylized leaves and finished with a large baluster form finial, bell shaped upper part of the lamp embossed and chased with leaves ensuite with the bottom...
SOLD Antique, 19th century Empire, Regency style Neoclassic three- lights, patinated solid bronze chandelier, in the form of a Roman Oil Lamp. The three candle arms project from a tripartite central piece adorned with leaf garlands and three neoclassic masks, surmounted by a pineapple shaped finial. All suspended by finely bridle hanging chains connected to a solid bronze ring.
DIMENSIONS: Approximate Height, from the base to the chains ring: 85 cm (33 1/2 in). Diameter: 30.2 cm (12 in)...
This is a very nice pair of bronze sconces made around the middle part of the 19th century by the end of the Napoleon III era. This pair is directly inspired of the Louis XVI style more or less eighty years earlier. Each consisting of back plate intricately accented with acanthus patterns and trellis design and mounted with three arms with plates and bobeches originally for candles. They have been pierced at some point to allow wiring to mount them into lamps. Circa date 1850-1860...
This is an elegant beginning of the 20th century bronze Chandelier, directly inspired of the Louis XVI period more or less one hundred twenty years earlier highlighted by beautiful crystals and boasting a total of eight arms accented with acanthus leaves. Note the fruits and twisted ribbon with draperies cast on the central shaft. This item has been wired to the US Standard a couple of decades ago, it would be advised to have it checked by an electrician. Circa date 1900-1910...
A rare and unusually heavy Regency silver candlestick or chamberstick with pleated rim, engraved with a detailed coat of arms or crest with a Unicorn on top.
The maker was Robinson, Edkins & Aston, in Birmingham and dating to 1834.
Condition: Superb! very light wear for age and type, details quite sharp and not greatly polished.
Weight: 366 grams! Unusually for this type, normally they are around 100-200 grams.
Ex. Danish Collection of English silver.
Of small and nicely shaped form, this whale oil lamp measures 4 3/4" high, with the drip pan measuring 3 1/2" in diameter. Nicely turned, bulbous font, with stem attached to base with screw, and handle is cast and attached with two rivets. Missing the burner, it is in otherwise good condition, some verdigris on the font, with older patina to surface.
Set of Four Hammered and Silvered Bronze Arts and Crafts Candlesticks, Early 20th Century, Unmarked. 13" high.
Exceptional Pair of Italian Grand Tour Bronze Candlesticks with nicely detailed foliate decoration and with good patina and fine castings. Having a removable ormolu drip pan above a bronze candle cup and supported by a turned and foliate decorated column with a tripartite scrolling ormolu base and mounted on a tripartite bronze plinth. These would have been brought home as a souvenir by someone who had made the Grand Tour. Italy, circa 1870.
An exceptional Weller Pottery table lamp with an usual base of forest ground with carved foliate stems with blue and yellow flowers. The body is surmounted by a black metal shaft holding 2 sockets. The lamp does not have a shade, and its original cord should be replaced. Condition of the pottery is quite good, while the shaft has some paint loss. The lamp sits on a carved wood Chinese style base...
A nice pair of English brass candlesticks, with beehive stalks, squared base, in good untouched condition, with ejectors. Stamped Solid English on bases.
Dimension: 8 3/4"
The bases on these candlesticks are a bit unusual with their slightly tiered oblong form. They are of multipart construction, one still retaining its pushrod. We might say these are in wonderful antique condition meaning that they have flaws. As noted, one is missing its ejector, the bases of both are warped, the lips of the nozzles are also warped, one stick has a faint dimple, and there are minor surface blemishes on each candlestick...