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Pair Classical Gilt Bronze Argand Lamps: American or British, early 19th century, each block form with lion's paw feet on concave base, supporting urn...
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Pair Classical Gilt Bronze Argand Lamps:
American or British, early 19th century, each block form with lion's paw feet on concave base, supporting urn form central oil reserve double hung with prisms and mounted ... [more like this]
An American Classical Gilt Bronze Argand
Lamp Suite early 19th c. Philadelphia the weight in the base marked "C. Cornelius & Co. 24 1/2" comprising a three piece garniture the central lamp with two arms and a pair ... [more like this]
American Classical gilt bronze Argand lamp
1835-40; single arm with drop prism collar and floral relief on scroll feet with etched frosted glass shade, 17 in. H.
Condition: Drilled and electrified, chips to prism, ... [more like this]
An Ameri-can Classical Gilt Bronze Three
Piece Argand Lamp Garniture early 19th c. Cornelius & Co. comprising a double branch and pair of single branch lamps each with an urn-form font sur-mounted by a bud finial ... [more like this]
Good Pair of English Chocolate-Patinated
and Parcel-Gilt-Bronze Argand Lamp Bases, first quarter 19th century, in the neoclassical style, the tripodal bases with a classical masque on each facade and supported on ... [more like this]
Pair Classical single-arm gilt-bronze Argand
lamps 19th century acanthus finial on vasiform font flanked by scrollwork ornaments resting on spooled stem supporting extended scrolled acanthus decorated arm holding burner ... [more like this]
A Rare Pair of Gilt Bronze Argand Lamps,
early 19th c., probably English, each with Classical amphora font, navette shaped acanthine bowl, on a bed of acanthus with scrolled feet, etched and frosted shades, height ... [more like this]
Pair of American Late Classical Gilt Bronze
Two-Light Argand Lamps , c. 1830-40, foliate and scroll decoration, h. 21 in., w. 17 in., d. 8 in ... [more like this]
Pair of Baldwin Gardiner Argand lamps, classical
bronze and gilt bronze with matching frosted shade having Greek key design, marked:. : bronze and gilt bronze with matching frosted shade having Greek key design, marked: ... [more like this]
A Rococo-Revival Brass and Gilt Bronze Two-Light
Argand Chandelier, c.1830-1850, probably English, Classical amphora font decorated with grotesque masks and grapes on a navette form bowl festooned in Bacchanalian motifs, ... [more like this]
Fine American Gilt Bronze Three-Piece Argand
Lamp Garniture, 19th c., tripartite base with Classical masks, paw feet, Greek key cut shades, double lamp, h. 21 in., w. 19 in., d. 9 in ... [more like this]
A Pair of Classical Gilt and Patinated Bronze
Two-Light Argand Lamps with Shades
Likely Philadelphia, Circa 1830
Height 27 3/4 x width 17 inches.
Property from a Private Chicago Collection ... [more like this]
English Gilt and Patinated Bronze Three-Piece
Argand Lamp Garniture , 19th c., Messenger & Sons, London and Birmingham, each labeled with bronze plaque and having Classical frieze, incl. pair of single light, h. 13 1/2 ... [more like this]
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