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Lot 107: A LATE VICTORIAN PATINATED AND PARCEL-GILT BRASS TWIN-LIGHT TABLE LAMP
Town & Country Perspectives - The Charles Plante Collection
June 4, 2008
London, United Kingdom
A LATE VICTORIAN PATINATED AND PARCEL-GILT BRASS TWIN-LIGHT TABLE LAMP
By Miller & Sons, late 19th/early 20th century
The adjustable central stem supporting two shades and candle branches, one shade stamped MILLER & SONS. 179 PICADILLY, LONDON
19 in. (48 cm.) high
In 1835, Miller and Sons were registered as 'Spermaceti-refiners, Wax Chandlers, and Oil-merchants' with premises at 179 Piccadilly and 51 Old Compton Street. This may have been the wax chandler, George Miller, noted in 1824 as going into partnership with his son. Miller & Sons remained at this location until 1907. A similar table lamp was sold at Christie's South Kensington, 18 September 2007, lot 29.
Artist or Maker: Miller & Sons