Chinese celadon porcelain vase, mounted as a lamp. Very subtle floral scrollwork on the surface. Excellent condition, and in working order. Measures 30" high to the finial and 19" high to the socket.
Rare vintage O. C. White desk lamp with original Wheeler green enamel on tin shade and iron hook for hanging. Heavy cast iron base for stability. This lamp is signed and has multiple adjustments. We have not seen an O. C. White fixture with a hanging hook like this one. Excellent working condition. Worcester, MA, circa 1910. Height to top of hook is 22"; shade is 8" across; base is 5" across.
Electrified candle sconce made by Period Lighting Fixtures of Chester, CT. Can be wall hung or set on a table or shelf. Measures 10.5 inches tall and 5.5 inches wide at base. Richard D. Scofield made the finest exact copies of period American lighting in the country and was allowed by Historic Deerfield to make copies of its collection. The candles are made from real bees' wax. After he died at an early age, the company continued under different ownership but finally closed. The earlier works like this one are coveted by collectors of period Americana.
Early 19th century brass arm candle sconces with blown and etched glass shades. Excellent original condition. They are 19" high and extend 8.5"; the glass shades alone are 11" high.
Antique Dutch solid brass candle chandelier with 6 arms. Lovely estate condition. Circa 1900. Width 17 inches, drop 15 inches.