Pair of antique English open twist brass candlesticks circa 1840-60.
Pair of mid century modern hand made copper candlesticks with removable bobeches. Each candles stick is 12.25 inches tall. They are both heavy and stable. Excellent design, lovely clean simple lines.
Japanese Meiji period cylinder vase, originally mounted as an oil lamp, decorated with a classic garden scene of a stand of bamboo trees with birds in flight, in high relief. Original stepped brass base and cap, newly electrified as a table lamp with a silk shade and hardstone finial. TAI-ZAN, incised with under-glazed marks in red, verso. Dimensions: 5.5" diameter base x 15" H.
Classic 19th century Chinese Famille Noire (mirror black) porcelain bulbous form vase with a long flared neck, mounted on a carved mahogany base; now electrified as a table lamp. China, circa 1850. Dimensions of vase: 15" H x 9" diameter, overall 9" diam. x 33" H (adjustable). No repairs or restoration.
A pair of hand-crafted Addison Mizner School wrought iron & tole hanging oil lanterns, each with three reservoirs on a triangular shape form, suspended from twist-iron hangers, in the archaic mode. Not electrified. C. 1920. Dimensions:8" W x 25" H (adjustable), overall.