An Edwardian silver plate banqueting lamp, the tapering hexagonal form column on conforming base with wide drip tray holding a hobnail cut crystal reservoir, with original fitting to top, chimney absent. Height 65 cm
A fine cranberry glass banquet lamp, 19th century, with electric conversion, the English made duplex lamp with a brass reeded stem to a spreading base, a pressed glass font with burner fittings, and an ovoid shade with a optic quilted decor and an undulati
A Victorian cranberry glass oil lamp, 19th century, maker, probably Sun lamp works, Midland lighting Co, Birmingham, a moulded cranberry font with a pressed copper stem and a broad dark glass base, with the original fittings and a broad floriform spiral ri
A Victorian brass and glass banquet oil lamp, 19th century, maker's mark of Hinks duplex number 2, the lamp with a cluster column stem to a stepped faceted lower section and foliate feet, a compressed cut crystal font, original burner mechanism and a t
An unusual Victorian cranberry glass crocodile oil lamp, 19th century, probably Stourbridge made, Veritas lamp works, the large slightly tapering lamp base with an optic rib motif and having a collar of trailing icicles with applied vertical patterned bord
An Arts & Crafts brass and copper oil lamp, circa 1900, with maker's mark of Hinks & Co, with a removable brass font with associated brass fittings supported in a boss with a central stem and three shaped buttresses with pairs of flared bracket
A bold Art Nouveau copper and bronze ball lamp, circa 1900, the ovoid lamp strikingly embossed with a large mascaron and trailing flora and whiplashes issuing from a flying nymph, raised upon four bronze paw feet, the collar supporting oil lamp apparatus.
A striking Art Nouveau brass and copper standard lamp, circa 1900., Hinks duplex mechanism, an English telescopic standard oil lamp, with font and chimney, the stem with three buttresses with striking cast feather embellishments to a tri-footed base with s
A fine Benson Arts & Crafts Metalwork oil lamp, early 20th century, with maker's mark of William Arthur Smith Benson (1854-1924), in copper, brass and blackened steel, having a font with four sinuous buttress style supports pinched at the waist and
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