Antique Blown Glass

Limoges Banquet Lamp Signed Hand Painted Working Antique New Rochester Burner

Limoges Banquet Lamp Signed Hand Painted Working Antique New Rochester Burner
Limoges Banquet Lamp Signed Hand Painted Working Antique New Rochester Burner
Limoges Banquet Lamp Signed Hand Painted Working Antique New Rochester Burner
Limoges Banquet Lamp Signed Hand Painted Working Antique New Rochester Burner
Limoges Banquet Lamp Signed Hand Painted Working Antique New Rochester Burner
Limoges Banquet Lamp Signed Hand Painted Working Antique New Rochester Burner
Limoges Banquet Lamp Signed Hand Painted Working Antique New Rochester Burner
Limoges Banquet Lamp Signed Hand Painted Working Antique New Rochester Burner
Limoges Banquet Lamp Signed Hand Painted Working Antique New Rochester Burner
Limoges Banquet Lamp Signed Hand Painted Working Antique New Rochester Burner
Limoges Banquet Lamp Signed Hand Painted Working Antique New Rochester Burner
Limoges Banquet Lamp Signed Hand Painted Working Antique New Rochester Burner

Limoges Banquet Lamp Signed Hand Painted Working Antique New Rochester Burner   Limoges Banquet Lamp Signed Hand Painted Working Antique New Rochester Burner

Limoges Banquet Lamp Signed Hand Painted Working Antique New Rochester. This listing is for an exquisite large, French porcelain. Banquet lamp, hand painted and signed by. Because of the added components to electrify.

It is difficult to see the inside to search for. I have had quite a bit of advice about. This lamp and have been told that it was made. By one of the French Limoges companies.

Upon this advice, I searched the internet for. Comparable design elements and found two Haviland. Vases with that same ruffle motif.

On a cream colored ground, beautifully. Hand painted pink roses trail about. The base and second tier. The gilded edged ruffle, in high relief. Gracefully swirls about the lamp revealing.

A gold encrusted acanthus stem. The cast metal base with a brass finish.

Is proportionately wide giving a nice balance to the lamp. Signed by Caumondie or is it Gaumondie? Please see photo of such. The lamp originally was an oil lamp. With a New Rochester brass burner.

But early in the century, it was converted. There is a knob at the base that powers the lamp. The chimney looks to be old and blown with the typical ripples.

Condition: The lamp is wonderful antique condition. As noted in the photo, there is a chip at the top back of the lamp. I'm sure this happened at the conversion. It is at the back of the.

Lamp, and really not that noticeable. Other than that, no other issues. The chimney I believe is blown glass as it has some ripples.

An unusual, and beautifully hand painted lamp! 28 inches measured to top of bulb socket. 38 inches high with chimney in place.

11-1/2 inches high Base: 10-1/4 inches measured at widest point. And weighs approximately 9 pounds, 5 ounces without packing materials.

Which I think is the least expensive method. As they are considered to be part of the description. Please remember to scroll down to the end of the listing.

As there are times I receive questions and they will be answered there. So I have added an addendum to the description for.

Something that I may have forgotten. They usually are antique or vintage. Can be a hundred or more years old and have been gently used. Edge wear on gold is to be considered as normal and the usual. Also, please remember that old glass.

And porcelain were not manufactured with the sophisticated technology that we have today. Therefore there may be glaze pops. Black pin dots, and minor factory flaws. Or any descriptive term used when describing. The physical attributes of glass and porcelain are very, very subjective.

What I may consider very good condition, someone else may disagree. Keeping this in mind, I will make every effort to objectively describe the item at hand. Approximate sizes and weights are always included in the description. Please examine the photos carefully; as they are to be considered part of the description.

Read the description and ask all questions before purchasing. Please don't hesitate to contact me for additional information or photographs. Please contact me within 3 days to inform. International: Please contact me for a quote.

The item "Limoges Banquet Lamp Signed Hand Painted Working Antique New Rochester Burner" is in sale since Tuesday, May 19, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Lamps, Lighting\Lamps".

The seller is "salanne8" and is located in Hampstead, North Carolina. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • Signed: Caumondie
  • Chimney: Blown Glass
  • Style: Victorian
  • Age: 1900-1940
  • Primary Material: Brass
  • Maker: New Rochester
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Color: Multi-Color
  • Country/Region of Origin: Unknown
  • Type: Lamps
  • Brass Burner: New Rochester
  • Double Globe: Lamp Shade
  • Pink Roses: Gold
  • Floral: Acanthus Leaf


Limoges Banquet Lamp Signed Hand Painted Working Antique New Rochester Burner   Limoges Banquet Lamp Signed Hand Painted Working Antique New Rochester Burner