22 - 23 July 2014
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A PAIR OF GILT BRONZE AND CUT-GLASS LAMPS,
CAST FROM A MODEL BY HUMPHREY HOPPER AND RETAILED BY EDWARD F. CALDWELL & CO., NEW YORK, EARLY 20TH CENTURY,
each with a faint mark for Hopper to the underside
12in. (30.5cm.) wide (2)
Stair Galleries, Hudson, New York, 18 September 2004, lot 191.
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