Porcelain Colonial Couple Figurine Lamps Germany # 7260

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  • Item Category: Furniture & Furnishings
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Mar 25, 2007
  • Channel: Auction House

Porcelain Colonial Couple Figurine Lamps
is a nice pair of Porcelain electric lamps that I believe are probably from the thirty's. These lamps are Colonial Figurines that show a woman and man. Beautiful original laced shades. Brass bases with scroll work.
These are in very nice condition. They both work. One lamp has a felt bottom covering, the other not. They seem to be without flaws, cracks or breaks. The lace shades are wonderful. They do have some tears on the silk lining on the inside's due to age. Not the outside.
Things you should know The lamps measure 8" from base to top of the porcelain. The entire lamp is 17" tall and the largest spot on the shade is the base at 8" wide. They are very nice! Thanks for looking.

Payment and Shipping

Please see photos and email with any questions. Buyer to pay 10.50 for well packed shipping. Thanks for looking.
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