True pair of early English brass candlesticks, circa 1760-1780. Each has a petal base with four sides and a concave indented design between the fluted petals. The central column has 4 projections; the largest has 4 flat panels. The top has a fixed candle holder. Measures 8 inches tall with a 4 inch square base. Excellent condition. Note the line mold mark we show in one of the photos. Only early candlesticks were made in two parts.
Bisque porcelain pair of vanity lamps. Shepherd and shepherdess with a lamb. New silk shades and vintage tiered pierced brass mounts. Measures 20 inches to the top of their finials, 8 inches top of figures, 7.5 x 6 inch bases with 8 x 12 inches shades. Excellent working condition, fine detail.
Duck desk lamp by Thomas L. Chandler, 1984. Hooded Merganzer duck. The new cut-corner vellum shade measures 12 x 12 x 9 inches. The decoy measures 12 x 5.75 x 4 inches, and the wood base 16 x 13 inches. Excellent condition.
19th century kerosene pendant lantern with embossed brass font. Original smoke bell and tin shade. Circa 1880. Electrified. Measures 32 inches long with a 20 inch diameter shade.
Vintage candle chandelier with tin shade c1950. Each of the 4 arms holds 3 candle cups. The shaft telescopes to sdjust the hight. Measures 32 inches high with a 23 x 6 inch shade. All hand crafted with an old gilt metal finish.