19 April 2016
PROPERTY OF AN ITALIAN COLLECTOR
A PAIR OF MONUMENTAL ITALIAN CUT-GLASS AND BEADED VASES ON STANDS, FITTED AS LAMPS
Decorated overall with geometric panels, each with a foliate rim above an urn shaped body flanked by handles on a waisted stem and square base, electrified
63 in. (170 cm.) high, 33 in. (84 cm.) diameter
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This pair of vases is virtually identical in size and form to a pair sold from the collection of Dodie Rosekrans, Sotheby's, New York, 8 December 2011, lot 401 ($152,500). Another pair was sold at Christie's, London, 6 March 2014, lot 94 (£98,500).
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