Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Second half 19th century, mauve and white marble, likely Fleur de Pêcher, carved as a swirling lobed form, with bronze doré scrolling foliate double handles and upper rim mounts, raised on tripartite paw feet. Now fitted as single light lamp with later faux painted marble lamp caps and gray silk drum shades.
31 3/4 x 15 x 15 in. (including shade)The Collection of the late Mr. William Hulbert, Chesapeake, Virginia
Overall good estate condition; some areas of rubbing to gilt; some slight mis-shaping to convex bronze mounts underneath marble; shades with some wear to interior liner; finials do not match.
$1,000 - 3,000