A GEORGE IV GILT-BRONZE TABLE LAMP
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A GEORGE IV GILT-BRONZE TABLE LAMP

POSSIBLY BY WILLIAM BULLOCK, CIRCA 1825

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A GEORGE IV GILT-BRONZE TABLE LAMP
POSSIBLY BY WILLIAM BULLOCK, CIRCA 1825
The reeded stem with foliate clasping above a triform plinth with masks on a triform base
19½ in. (49.6 cm.) high, excluding later fitment
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Lot Essay

William Bullock began his career in Liverpool, where in 1800 he opened a public museum or 'Cabinet of Curiosities' in New Street, also dealing in bronzes and other ornamental wares. By 1805, he had moved to larger premises in Church Street, renaming his business the 'Museum and Bronze Manufactory' and boasting of a 'complete and entire new assortment of every article in Bronze Figure and Ornamental Business'.
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