Lot 4130
A Matched Pair of Chinese Porcelain Ginger Jar Lamps
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
20th century, a matched pair of porcelain ginger jars hand painted with similar decoration of fishermen riding oxen under a willow tree, the reverse of each jar with calligraphic inscription, one jar is larger than the other, both jars are drilled and fitted into carved wooden stands with brass mounts, with two lightbulb fittings each, comes together with matching fabric shades.

Tallest 28 1/2 in.

From the Estate of the late Jack Benson, Raleigh, North Carolina

Porcelain jars have been drilled for lamp fitting; jars not examined outside of mounts; covers to jars are now lacking.