50s SEYEI lamp China Japan art pottery asian sculpture

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  • Item Category: Furniture & Furnishings
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Dec 13, 2007
  • Channel: Auction House

50s SEYEI lamp China Japan art pottery


Fine China from Nagoya Japan

Lovely, intricate, china-white, glazed, porcelain, cherry blossom, floral, honey comb table lamp with internal light inside for low-light aesthetic lighting.

Gorgeous black wooden base and top.

No chips or cracks.

Original "Seyei Fine China Nagoya Japan" label attached.

Approx. Dimensions:

From wood base to wood top: 16" tall

Vessel width 6.5" width

21.25" vessel diameter

34.5" base to lamp shade fixture.

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Approx. measurements in inches:

Armpit to Armpit: Shoulder Seam to Shoulder Seam: Back of neck Seam to bottom back hem: Shoulder seam to sleeve:
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