Group of three (3) lamps. 1st item: French Neoclassical gilt bronze lamp, converted from an oil lamp, the fluted column decorated with palm leaves and acanthus leaves, the square stepped base with wreath with swag and bow on two sides and on other two sides with lyre supported by swans. Original plaque on lower side inscribed: PLACE DES VICTOIRES NO. 1/ GOTTEN/ INVENTEUR BREVETE. 32" H with later flame finial. Circa 1830. Adapted for electricity. 2nd item: Neoclassical style green and gilt brass tripod table lamp with egg and dart and anthemion frieze, applied leaf decoration, caryatid supports and paw feet, pineapple finial and shaped base. Maker's marks on base. 21 3/4" H to top finial. Mid 20th century. 3rd item: Patinated and gilt brass urn form oil lamp, converted for electricity, gilt guilloche band, swag handles ending in dolphin figures, leaf and dart molding along shaped base. Maker's marks on base. 22 5/8" H with newer finial. 1st quarter 20th century. Provenance: A Nashville, Tennessee estate. CONDITION: 1st item: Likely original finish. Minor spotting and surface grime. 2nd item: Black urn has 1 inch and 1/4 inch dents. 3rd item: Good condition.
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