the hand-blown lamp with long sweeping neck above a bulbous body all in a soft translucent pale yellow glass; with water-gilded wooden base; rewired; excellent vintage condition with no chips or cracks
each lamp decorated with meandering branchwork and cherry blossoms; excellent vintage condition with no chips or cracks; rewired; some wear and patina to brass fittings; underside with under-glaze blue stamp 'porcelaine de paris, france, fondee en 1773'
a stylish pair of italian white-glazed urns with over-scaled flared reticulated neck over a bulbous mid-section with raised foliate decoration; raised on a splayed base resting on a black lacquer wooden plinth; excellent vintage condition with custom wooden base; rewired
60's glam at its best, each of large bulbous form covered in a rich olive-green and teal drip glaze; resting on a splayed wooden base with brass perimeter band; excellent condition with no chips or cracks; rewired; with original shades; overall height could be reduced with alternate shades
converted 19th century oil lamps with original fittings; each covered double-handled urn painted with floral and foliate designs; converted brass fixture marked "W. Whiteley Westbourne Grove London"; . knob reads "Hinks's Duplex Patent"; excellent condition with no chips or cracks; rewired; patination to brass; each with underglaze blue crossed swords made after 1825; in 1863 William Whiteley opened his first ‘Fancy Goods’ shop in London developing into Whiteley's Department Store catering to a wealthy clientele