London, South Kensington
9 October 2002
A Victorian parcel-gilt polychrome opaline vase, late 19th century
Later gilt bronze mounted and adapted as table lamps, the vase in the manner of Samuel Alcock & Co. -- 15in. (38cm.) high (excluding fitment); and a gilt metal mounted lobed alabaster dished ceiling light, early 20th century, with ram's head masks, chain suspension -- 14in. (35.5cm.) diameter (2)
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Samuel Alcock & Co. Active circa 1822-59, Burslem, Staffordshire. Manufacturers of earthenware, stoneware, bone china and Parian.
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