This old hand painted white porcelain table lamp decorated with lovely couple whose garments are ornamented with gilt highlights.Measures 9,25 inches height, 5 inches width and 400g weight.In very good condition.
Ho-Tai and Toy-Ming Figurine/Vases, Walter Wilson. 1950. First rate modeling and hand painting distinguish this pair of figurines. They measure 8 7/8 and 8 3/4 in height. Each one holds an object that serves as a container for flowers. Other than a little under-the-glaze missing paint spots on the boy's face (see next to last picture) and some light crazing, these two are in very good vintage condition. They are valued at $100 in Jack Chipman's California Pottery Scrapbook. Both have the Walter Wilson mark plus one also has a label.
Vintage porcelain lamp featuring colonial figurines. It has an ornate metal base, and nice finial. Very similar to a lamp shown in the Cameron Clay Products book but this one has the metal base and the one in the book doesn't. The harp reads: Berger and a patent date which dates that part to 1940-45. It works but the cord needs to be replaced, has a split in it. It stands 23 tall up to top of harp. The burgandy area of lamp has some long lines in it which may appear as scratches in the picture, but those are within the glaze, and part of the design to make it look aged or marblelike. It is a very pretty old lamp; perfect for a traditional or victorian style room! 2/02csest
This is a beautiful ceramic lamp that is heavily gilded over a creamy white color. It is 12,25 inches high as is without the shade and 7 inches wide at the widest point. Unattributed maker, the only number 54. In excellent condition!
Lovely vintage porcelain lamp. The flowers appear to be transferware, but it also has hand applied gold. No chips or cracks; it does have some wear off the gold, especially near top of the swans neck and edges of feet. Has impressed number on bottom: #8567?, hard to make it out. This lamp works but you need to replace the old cord as well as the top arm attachment that holds a shade, (easy to replace). I do have the brass finial that goes on the top. The finial alone would cost about $65+. The flowers are roses, orchids, etc. The base is 5 x 5 inches wide; it is 12 inches tall up to rim of ceramic part; or 15 inches up to top of the light socket and 5.5 wide from end of swan to other end. When adding a shade it will be taller. Very feminine lamp. 11/08estcs
Vintage Capodimonte ceramic budoir lamp. Very pretty, feminine lamp. Has Made in Italy in green on bottom. It stands 10.5 tall up to top of brass neck peice; has old cloth cord which need to be replaced; no shade. Flaws: some of the flower petals are chipped but because it is so detailed those minor flaws really do not detract visually, and are common on this type of ceramic. #2181est9/08
Vintage artist signed dated chalkware TV lamp. c:1938. Perfect for your television memorabilia, lighting, or chalkware collection! Incised mark at back rim edge: 1938 by Dell O'sso?, (it is hard to make out the name). It is 8.5 tall x 15 long; it works, and is in what I would call 'good overall vintage' condition for old chalkware. Just a few tiny spots where there is some paint loss, (you can touch that up), and some tiny fleabites here & there. It displays wonderfully. I would recommend re-wiring it since the cord is quite frayed and would be a fire hazard. It has a small red light in it at this time. The covered wagon has a man and woman driving the two oxen. I am thinking this might be a rare, or at least, very hard to find item. A very unique item for the discriminating collector!
A beautiful porcelain lamp with large applique flowers that, according to my research, was most likely produced by Cordey China. Cordey took over the Cybis Boleslaw operations when ended in 1957 in Trenton. The large floral appliques on this lamp are exquisite with only one small chip (see photo) which could easily be disguised with a watercolor or acrylic stain. The color of the lamp is a very pale pinkish white. There is very minor gold loss in two areas (see photos) and the post of the lamp base could use a quick coat of enamel. No other flaws in this gorgeous lamp. This lamp works beautifully and has recent or new wiring. Please contact me with any questions you may have. Shipping will be based on weight and distance. Yesterdays Jewels will supply the insurance to deliver this fine vintage lamp to your home or office.
Vintage lamp. The shade is not included. This lamp has porcelain or ceramic base and beautiful painted flowers in colors of pink, yellow and green, and pale blue. It stands 20 inches tall and has no chips or cracks. It has gold painted handles too. It works too. Great for a guest room!