A HIGHLY UNUSUAL PAIR OF REGENCY STORM LIGHTS WITH PAINTED SHADES ATTRIBUTED WILLIAM COLLINS
A highly unusual pair of Regency storm lights with elaborately decorated bell shaped frosted shades, painted with a Greek key pattern rim, initialled wreath and floral bands. The shades are mounted on an ornate square, ormolu and bronze base, with corresponding key pattern mount on foliate socle, all supported upon griffin style feet.
- Height 44 cm / 17 1⁄2"
- Diameter 24.5 cm / 9 "
- Period 1800-1849
- Year 1815
- Country England
- Provenance With Professor Andrew Michael Jaffe Director of the Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge from 17 years from 1973 to 1990.
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