ASSORTED VICTORIAN DECORATED CERAMIC JUNIOR BANQUET LAMPS, LOT OF TWO, each with white ground and green shading along with gilt decoration, globular-form fonts including one compressed example, each with scattered applied flowers and sprigs of flowers, stems with acanthus leaf pattern, one example with a vase font and a brass drop-in brass font, stamped scroll shoulder and side-refill feature, refill cap marked "B & H", remaining example fitted with a No. 2 brass collar. Each fitted with a period burner including a Plume & Atwood Victor example. Fourth quarter 19th/early 20th century. 9 3/4" H to top of collar, 4 1/2" D foot and 12 3/8" H to top of vase, 5 1/8" D foot.
Very good overall condition, each with expected wear and some scattered minor flakes/roughness to applied petals, small example with a small chip to stem, large example with a firing separation to foot step. Burners undamaged.
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From the estate of Robert Lee Turcato, Windber, PA.