Fischer-Zsolnay Hungarian Pair Of Portrait Ewers Lamps

This is a fabulous pair of Fischer-Zsolnay Hungarian porcelainewers fron the last quarter of the 19th century.They have been madeinto electrified lamps.Fischer made some of the finest European ceramics in Hungary, with designs showing strong Persian and Russian motifs.The ewers have no damage or repairs.These have a Persian design with viny palmettes and mythical faces.They stand almost 23" tall and 20" in circumference and have matching bases.Really great detail and retain great balanced colors.Anymore info please ask.
I have been overwhelmed with inquiries about these Zsolnay Ewers ,I am posting more pictures with the hallmarks and new dimensions.These do not say Fischer like I thought,they are Zsolnay. They have the marks E 23 on top of the letter N t is another number 593 on bottom .They measure 14" tall without lamp bases and 17" in circumference.I hope this helps.
Due to the fact that early Zsolnay prior to 1878 did not have the Tower Hallmark in fact they were unmarked,dates these ewers to mid 19th century.Sorry for the confusion.I did not have these with me till today.They do have a hole drilled for the lamp rod ,but no other issues.These are much earlier than I previously thought Good luck