Regency three branch argand ceiling light, 19th century, repousse floral decoration and central urn, with three clear and frosted glass shades, height 121 cm. Provenance: Sotheby's, the Keith Okey collection at Denham court, lot 430, May 2010, Sydney.
A pair of early 20th century electric hanging cut glass and coppered brass ceiling lights, the star cut glass bodies of tapered and swollen form with internal metal fittings for three lights, tapered fittings top and bottom, large ring suspension. Heights
An early 20th century engraved glass and copper hanging light fitting, the clear glass tapered body with compressed spreading top cut with encircling star and dot bands, enclosing a copper three bulb fitting, spreading plain copper fittings to the base and
A 19th century European ormolu and cut glass suspended ceiling light, the clear glass ovoid body with engraved flower and leaf decoration, the wire framing, (one absent) to the decorative cast brass top and base fittings. Height 60 cm
Achille Castiglioni (Italian, 1918-2002), Taraxacum Hanging Light, designed 1988, manufactured by Flos, the polished chrome seventeen-faced polyhedron made up of hinged triangles, with a bulb fitment to each corner of each triangle
A Victorian parlour ceiling light, later 19th century, the light in brass and frosted glass with a central stem issuing two 'S' form embellished arms to a ring supporting a frosted conical shade well etched with a continuous scene of deer in a woodland set
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