"A plinth is a stand made to hold heavy items, busts, lamps, fancy silver vases, etc. The lamp is too short to provide much light unless one was lying down. Many old tables were strong and capable of supporting this.
Your second lamp might be…"
Yes, two...the other one is missing most of the hanging crystals, the base is broken and missing one of the cherubs....but I guess could be used for parts or refurbished.
I've seen tiered lamps similar to this referred to as "wedding…"
"You say a "pair of", you have two? I only see one.
You need to remove most of those "tags" because they confuse the search and it's obvious that you are just guessing what it is or could be. It has nothing to do with…"
3'10" tall x 14" wideThe rings are stamped "SPAIN"Cherubs are marked "GIM 76"What style is this considered? There are different metals: Brass, Bronze, Spelter?Age & Maker?Any input would be greatly appreciated! See More
"A little progress.....I was able to ID two of the bas-relief scenes
The four cherubs one is called "Sacrifice to Hymen" (modeled by Flaxman Sept. 1776)
The cherubs with the lion is "Cupids Drawn by Lions"
"Tom, I was just trying to be helpful. I thought that perhaps my questions would jog someone's memory. Sometimes a person can ask a question which gets another person to thinking in a slightly different direction which leads to an…"
"Correction, they are not "all white" as stated above, but rather "mostly white, but they do come in other colors."
Also, they are called "medallions". They've been around since the early 1800s, and as designers…"
"Jeff, you say: "If you compare the chariot that Tom thinks is Wedgwood to signed Wedgwood pieces, you will find numerous differences"
Who is "you"? And why don't YOU, JEFF, show us (Links) the comparisons of…"
"There was a time in at about the turn of the 20th century that Wedgwood had a lot of collectors of their old and newer wares. That popularity caused numerous companies to make Wedgwood-style pieces that would appeal to those collectors with a lower…"
"I do not have "an answer" but I do have two questions that might help others find an answer. 1- The underplate shows three different images - were some companies more (or less) likely to produce different images rather than repeating the…"
"Because of the simple impressed "1" mark, I could find any maker that used this (alone). The closest would be an "addition to" the makers mark. UNLESS, If there were a piece that was to sit in it, maybe that piece had the makers…"
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