16 March 1995
A BRASS LAMPE BOUILLOTTE, the circular spreading black-japanned adjustable shade surmounted by a foliate ring and above three adjustable scrolled chanelled branches with engine-turned dished drip-pans and fluted urn-shaped nozzles, above a fluted columnar shaft and pierced trellis-galleried domed socle, drilled for electricity, 19th Century
24½in. (62cm.) high; 12in. (30.5cm.) diam.
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