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Chinese Triple-Gourd Vases Lamps, Pair

Artful Dodger

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Chinese Triple-Gourd Vases  Lamps, Pair
Chinese Triple-Gourd Vases  Lamps, Pair
Chinese Triple-Gourd Vases  Lamps, Pair
Chinese Triple-Gourd Vases  Lamps, Pair
Chinese Triple-Gourd Vases  Lamps, Pair
Chinese Triple-Gourd Vases  Lamps, Pair

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Product Information

Era:
Antique
Condition:
Very Good; a piece is missing at the top of one lamp (unseen with shade on)
Country of Origin:
China
Style:
Imari
Materials:
porcelain/silk/wood
Size:
26" W x 25.5" H
Color/Finish:
multi

Why We Love This

Pair of table lamps made with 19th-century porcelain vases in the Imari style. English silk shades are included. Wired and in working condition. Shades, 10"Dia top x 16"Dia bottom x 10"H.
As described by Artful Dodger

About Artful Dodger

Patricia Spencer McCloud, a native Californian, credits her parents with recognizing and supporting her design skills from a young age. Her father, a structural engineer and inventor, developed his prototypes in Mexico and Puerto Rico where he nurtured his daughter’s love of, and talent for design. "I learned to pay attention to proportionate detail and execution,” Patricia says. “It all started coming together in my career as a designer.”