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A GEORGE IV GILT-BRASS HEXAGONAL HALL LANTERN
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A GEORGE IV GILT-BRASS HEXAGONAL HALL LANTERN

CIRCA 1830, ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM COLLINS

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A GEORGE IV GILT-BRASS HEXAGONAL HALL LANTERN
CIRCA 1830, ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM COLLINS
Each panel with brass divisions, the foot rim applied with stiff leaf cast mounts, the cornice with foliate and acanthus cast mounts, later glass and light fixture
29 in. (74 cm.) high overall
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VAT rate of 5% is payable on hammer price and at 15% on the buyer's premium

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Lot Essay

Amongst related Grecian palm-flowered pedimented lanterns, with colour-glass borders to the panes, was one from Swindridgemuir, Scotland sold Christie's London, 18 November 1993, lot 146; and another, attributed to William Collins of the Strand sold Christie's King Street, 23 November 2006, lot 162.

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