SOLD! for $434.00.
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- Low Estimate: $700.00
- High Estimate: $800.00
- Realized: $434.00
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Group of early tin lighting devices. 1st and 2nd items: Pair of tin wall candle sconces with crimped arched tops and bobeches, 13"h x 5 1/2"w. 3rd item: Punched tin candle holder with bird decoration and crimped edge shade (which has become detached). 9 3/4"H. 4th-6th item: 3 Betty lamps with cut out designs, moons and cross. 6" to 8 1/2"H. 7th item: Primitive iron reading stand/candle holder, 11 1/2"H. 8th item: drum shaped lamp with holes for 3 wicks, 4" diameter. American and/or Continental, late 18th through mid 19th centuries. Provenance: Collection of James and Marlin Phythyon (Sanders), Nashville, Tennessee. Condition: Expected wear and oxidation, one betty lamp has significant rust. Shade to punched tin candle holder has become detached. CONDITION: Expected wear and oxidation, one betty lamp has significant rust. Shade to punched tin candle holder has become detached.