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About the dealer
About the object
A highly important pair of seven light cut glass and silvered mounted early Victorian wall lights of exceptionally size the main stem with two flute cut receiver bowls separated by flute cut glass tube .The upper receiver plate supporting three notched half hoop candle arms terminating with flute cut multi notched drop hung drip pans the upper receiver bowl terminating with a feather cut finial. The lower receiver plate supporting four larger notched half hoop candle arms also terminating with drop hung drip pans the lower receiver plate surmounted by trumpet shaped flute cut stem piece and drop hung canopy terminating with a notched stem and lapidary cut finial.
The Wall lights are of exceptional quality throughout and are extremely rare.
English Circa 1850
Height: 42in (106.5cm)
Width: 31in (79cm)
Depth: 20in (51cm)
For information on Perry&Co see Chapter Thirteen The English Glass Chandelier by Martin Mortimer
A similar pair illustrated in Lighting in the Domestic Interior plate 558
A similar smaller pair now in private collection once with Ronald Phillips Ltd.
Item Code: FA477