SOLD! for $180.00.
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Group of three (3) Chinese ceramic ginger jar lamps. 1st item: Chien Lung baluster jar, decorated with a scholar in a garden with bat flying overhead, fitted as a lamp. Chop mark on jar shoulder. Jar: 11" H, overall: 21" H, 20th c. 2nd item: Famille Verte baluster jar fitted as a lamp on bronze base, crackle glaze ground with figural story vignettes in colors of green, orange, blue and yellow. Possible maker's mark on base, illegible. Two-socket lamp: 36 1/2" H, vase: 17" H, mid-20th century. 3rd item: Small ceramic ginger jar, fitted as a lamp, depicting swimming carp on a cream ground with colors of orange, green and turquoise, 18" H overall. 23 lbs total. Late 20th century. Provenance: the estate of Christine Rehnke, Nashville, Tennessee. CONDITION: All items in overall good condition. All vases mounted but appeared to be drilled. Lamps not checked for functionality.