A FINE PAIR OF GEORGE III WALL LIGHTS BY WILLIAM PARKER
A fine pair of ormolu and cut glass wall lights suspended by oval fluted back plates with ball bead decoration, mounted with a scroll arm supporting cut glass eggs, mounted with a ormolu pineapple and foliate socle. The diamond cut container issuing five notch cut branches, three carrying van dyke drip pans and candle nozzles and two with van dyke canopies and spires, and the central spire mounted with canopy and cut glass pineapple finial. The wall lights profusely draped with chain pear drops and finials.
- Height 76.17 cm / 30 "
- Width 45.7 cm / 18 "
- Depth 36.82 cm / 14 "
- Period 1750-1799
- Year 1790
- Country England
- Provenance Private collection, Portugal
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