SOLD! for $224.00.
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Two (2) Lamps. 1st lamp: Persian or Chinese ceramic jar with crackle glaze, decorated with polychrome scenes of figures on horseback in a landscape, now wired as a lamp. Carved hardstone finial. Jar 11"H, Overall 27". Jar 19th century with later wiring. 2nd lamp: Asian bronze and champleve enamel lamp, four curved sides with enameled floral decoration against a raised overall background, 2 geometric handles. 2 sockets. Later cloisonne finial. Note: lamp is wired through gilt metal lid; base not drilled. Urn 14 1/2"H, overall 32"H. 19 lbs total. Late 19th to early 20th century with later wiring and shade. Provenance: the estate of Christine Rehnke, Nashville, Tennessee. CONDITION: 1st lamp: Base drilled. Some wear at foot ring, scattered glaze imperfections. Wiring not checked or guaranteed. 2nd lamp: Scattered light wear and abrasions, overall good condition.