LIGHTING

by Louis Bofferding

CHANDELIERS

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French 19th/20th century, attributed to Baguès Frerès.  Belle Epoque chandelier, circa 1900. Bronze and rock crystal. H:  31” (not including cap and chain), Diameter: 21” [See FEATURED INVENTORY] $20,000

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Baguès Frerès (Paris maker).  Chandelier, circa 1950.  Interior-painted glass, brass.  H: 36” (24” plus 12” chain) Dia: 24”  $20,000

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SCONCES

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Italian 18th century.  Rococo sconce, circa 1760.  Silvered metal with mirror.  H: 17″ W: 20″ D: 4 1/2″.  $3,500

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German 19th century. Neo-Rococo sconce, 1860s.  Painted porcelain, gilt bronze, mirror.  H: 18″.  $3,750

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French 20th century.  Attributed to Baguès Frerès (Paris maker), possibly designed by Armand Rateau, circa 1925.  Pair of silvered brass, rock crystal, amethyst.  H: 13 ¾ W: 11 ½ D: 5 ½  $15,000

Sconces

Veronese (Paris firm with Murano glassworks).  Pair of sconces, circa 1935.  Glass with aluminum fittings.  H: 24″ W: 17″ D: 13″  $20,000

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STANDING LAMPS

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Jean Perzel (French 1892-1986).  Pair of standing lamps, 1930s.  Brass and glass.  H: 67″ Dia: 22″ each.  $30,000

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French 20th century.  Standing lamp, 1940s.  Brass, fruitwood.  H: 70“ (including shade).  $9,000

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TABLE LAMPS

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Chinese 11th century.  Sung dynasty vase, electrified as a lamp circa 1930.  H: 27″ (including shade).  Provenance: Mrs. Kersey Coates Reed, Lake Forest (David Adler house decorated by Frances Elkins).  $5,500

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Italian, 18th century.  Candlestick, circa 1750, electrified as a lamp.  Silvered metal.  H: 28“ (including shade).  $3,000

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Dubain (Paris firm).  Pair of Louis-Philippe lamps, 1840s.  Painted and gilded sheet metal.  H: 27″ (including shades).  $12,500

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French, 19th century.  Louis-Philippe lamp, 1840s.  Gilt bronze.  H: 20″ (including shade).  Provenance:  Pierre Le-Tan, Paris.  $3,750

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French 19th/20th century.  Double-armed lamp, circa 1900.  Polished and patinated bronze, painted sheet metal.  H: 20 ½” (including shades).  $3,750

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W. A. S. Benson (English, 1854-1924) articulated table/wall lamp, circa 1900.  Brass.  H: 30“ (when vertical with shade), base 8“ between foot pads (one with aperture for hanging).  $4,000

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Cooperativo Artieri Alabastro of Volterra.  Pair of lamps, circa 1938.  Alabaster.  H: 12 1/4″  W: 10″ D: 4 3/4″ [See FEATURED INVENTORY]   $10,000

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Jean-Boris Lacroix (French 1902-1984).  Table lamp, French circa 1930.  H: 14”.  Nickel, ebonized wood, acid-etched glass.  [See FEATURED INVENTORY]  $15,000

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Baguès Frerès (Paris maker).  Pair of lamps (finished on both sides), circa 1935.  Cut & cast glass, steel, lead  H: 24” [See FEATURED INVENTORY]  $10,000

Lamps

Baguès Frerès (Paris maker) retailed by Bonzano.  Pair of lamps, circa 1950.  Rock crystal and ormolu.  Base height 13 1/2″; with shades 22″ [See FEATURED INVENTORY]  $25,000

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Irish/American 20th century.  Lamp, 1940s.  Crystal, silvered mounts.  H: 21″ (including shade).  Provenance:  Lord and Lady Donohue, Los Angeles (supplied by Frances Elkins).  $3,000

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French 20th century.  Lamp, 1950s.  Eggshell, black lacquer on wood.  H 27″ (including shade).  $3,750

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American 20th century.  Victorian-revival lamp, circa 1960.  Ruby glass, brass.  H: 24 ½” (including shade).  Provenance:  Estate of J. Hyde Crawford, Bellport, NY  $3,750

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French 20th century.  Lamp, circa 1960.  Cut, molded, and blown glass.  H: 18″ (including shade).  $2,000

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Pierre Le-Tan (French 1950-2019).  Bouillotte lamp, circa 1920 and 2019.  Silvered bronze, paint on sheet metal.  H: 33 ½” Dia: 22”  Provenance: Pierre Le-Tan  $20,000

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CANDLESTICKS

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English 19th-century.  Candlestick.  Glass with color intrusions.  H: 13 1/2″.  Provenance:  Baron Max Fould-Springer, Palais abbatiale de royaumont.  $3,500  [See FEATURED INVENTORY]

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Steuben, designed by Walter Dorwin Teague (1883-1960).  Candlestick, 1933.  Cast glass, silvered-cast glass, and chromed-metal fittings.  Height 2 1/2″  $1,250

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