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A square brass hall lantern, with oval bevelled glass panels centred by an engraved star burst, surmounted by flaming urn finials and flanked by stylised winged griffin terms to the angles, the scrolling supports surmounted by an openwork corona, with chain, the ceiling boss stamped Osler, 32½in. (82.5cm) high

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A square brass hall lantern, with oval bevelled glass panels centred by an engraved star burst, surmounted by flaming urn finials and flanked by stylised winged griffin terms to the angles, the scrolling supports surmounted by an openwork corona, with chain, the ceiling boss stamped Osler, 32½in. (82.5cm) high
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F. & C. Osler of Broad Street, Birmingham, was founded by Thomas Osler in 1807. They had showrooms at 44 Oxford Street, London and exhibited a magnificent fountain amongst other pieces at the Great Exhibition of 1851, (See: J.P. Smith Osler's Crystal, London, 1991)
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