A pair of well-modeled and decorated porcelain parrots in opposing stances, one with green body, the other with red, each with brightly colored plumage and modeled atop a branch with berries in one claw. Each figure mounted on a platform with electric lamp having two bulb sockets. Porcelain bases marked on sides with blue upside down crossed sword marks. White silk shades included. Bird figures 13", overall height of lamps 26". Lamps mid 20th century, bird figures possibly earlier. Condition: Birds in overall very good condition, one has minor imperfection/rough spot under wing and a minute chip under a tailfeather, the other has minor paint loss to tip of tailfeather. May need rewiring. Shades have some tears and staining.
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