Designed by Marbro Lamp Co., each ovoid-form lamp decorated with slender wheat sheaths resting on a gilt-metal base over an ebonized wooden stand; excellent condition with no chips or cracks; re-wired and re-gilded; signed on underside; Camille Tharaud first studied chemistry as a young man, but after an injury during WWI, he convalesced in Limoges, France where he began his work with porcelain, opening up his own factory in 1920.
this beautifully decorated lamp of ovoid form finely painted overall with large floral stems in rich shades of blue, green and ochre all on a mottled pale blue ground; with subtle gilt decoration; artist signed and dated 1950; excellent vintage condition with no chips or cracks, rewired; with custom giltwood base
each hand-blown lamp produced using the 'murrine' method where patterns are created using colored glass canes and are revealed when the cane is cut into thin cross-sections; each then covered in a clear overlay of glass called "“incamiciato”; excellent vintage condition with no chips or cracks; wooden bases re-gilded; rewired
each large lamp of bulbous form with long everted neck above on ovoid body raised on a brass base; all in a swirling silver and gold faux marble glaze; excellent vintage condition with minor wear; patina to metal bases; rewired
each in a rich egg yolk-yellow glaze with everted neck above an ovoid body with stylized laurel leaf perimeter band flanked by lions masks; all raised on a fluted splayed support resting on an ebonized wooden base; excellent vintage condition with no chips or cracks; wooden base refinished; rewired