Pair Of Neoclassical Silver Plated C1909 Martin Hall & Co Oil Lamps. Fitted with "Richard Evered & Son" of Smethick, Birmingham.
Lamp pair with single wick burner and control by "RE&S" of Birmingham. Stamp marks to the burner button "RE&S" inside the shield. Lamps are both Urn / amphora formed and weighted on integral spreading plinth bases beautifully decorated with Ram's heads to corners, Paterae & Garland Swags. Minor damage to one silver chimney retaining crown with loss of one tip. 4.5cm chimney base fitting.
One lamp without underside cork base cover. No makers marks visible however identified as Martin Hall & Co 1909.
Measure 21cm tall with 9cm square bases. No glass chimney's included. The item "Pair Neoclassical Silver Plate Oil Lamps Early 20th Century" is in sale since Sunday, June 28, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Antique Furniture\Lamps\Victorian (1837-1901)". The seller is "euro-shopping365" and is located in Torquay.
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