French lamp from the late 19th century, with putti and chinoiserie in relief.
The lamp can be completely disassembled and was made with the lost-wax casting technique (blocks without row) of the various pieces, namely:
- the base, with floral and geometric motifs, a golden plate at the base and decorated body.
- the body has two different relief motifs, one representing an eating ibis and the other an ibis that has caught a worm, both painted in dark green;
- there are two cherubs sitting on the handles, one is holding a harp (they can be unscrewed), the other is missing the fingers;
- the golden crown above the body and other 3 pieces including, the golden ring with floral motifs;
- brass rod and two working light bulbs.
Materials: - zamak and bronze, gilded or painted.
‘France’ writing printed on the base.
Size: H 70 x 46 cm.
- Bronze (gilt), Zamac
- Manufacturer/ Brand
- Art Nouveau
- Estimated Period
- Early 20th century
- Country of Origin
- Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes