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An unusual pair of mid-Victorian five-light cut-glass silver mounted wall-lights (original for gas) the silvered glass covered back plates supporting five half hoop candle arms arranged on two levers these arms with drop hung thumb cut drip pans and unusual scallop edged cut out collars these centred by a triangularly spire the wall-lights richly draped with chain plum shaped drops and pear shaped finials.

Attributed to F&C OSLER

English Circa 1860

Height: 26in (66cm)

Width: 34in (86.4cm)

Depth: 19½in (49.5cm)

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Stock number

FA082

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