Lot 1364


Estimate: $80 - $120
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VICTORIAN CERAMIC FIGURAL MINIATURE LAMPS, LOT OF THREE, comprising a young boy and girl pair with farm-related hand tools, standing beside a trunk with roof, each reverse with an incised "841", matching decorated opaque white ball-form shades with floral stencil decoration; and a young boy standing adjacent to a blooming artichoke, each with a period collar. Each fitted with a period burner, pair with colorless chimneys. Fourth quarter 19th/early 20th century. 9 1/4" to top of shades, 5 3/4" H to top of collar.
Published: Hulsebus - Miniature Victorian Lamps, p. 89, fig. 237 and 238.
Provenance: The collection of Larry Spradley, Beaumont, TX.
Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates, 3/12/2016, lot 72.
Ex-collection of Frank and Karen McWright of Bethel, CT.


Boy example undamaged, girl example with an adhered arm and jug along with a flake to edge of base, artichoke example with a poor repair to foot, each with expected minute wear to decorations, shades undamaged and with transfer wear. Artichokes burner with damage, remaining setup components undamaged.