Offered by: Acroterion
By Appointment Kinderhook, NY 12106 , United States Call Seller 917.656.5863


Pair of Large Scale Blue and White Dutch Delft Vase Table Lamps, circa 1850

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  • Description
    A wonderful, rare, and massively scaled pair of mid-19th century blue-and-white Dutch Delft pottery jar table lamps attributed to the Makkum factory, the thickly potted baluster form vases having allover 'blossom-and-star' pattern painted in blue on white tin glazed bodies mounted with solid brass caps and three-light pull chain clusters newly professionally wired with twisted silk cords and phenolic plugs on water-gilt turned wood 11.13" diameter bases. Being hand-potted they vary slightly; one measures 47.5" in circumference and weighs 33.2 lbs; the other with a shorter neck measures 46.25" around and 31.2 lbs; the difference visually insignificant but mentioned to illustrate size and heft. Height of vases alone are 19"; 29" to top of cluster, and 35" as shown with adjustable stem. Provenance: Southampton, New York residence designed by Peter Marino.
  • More Information
    Origin: Netherlands
    Period: 19th Century
    Materials: Hand-painted tin-glazed earthenware, giltwood, brass
    Condition: Good. Wear commensurate with age and use. Minor non-detracting glaze loss typical of antique tin-glazed pottery.
    Creation Date: circa 1850
    Number of Pieces: 2-3
    Styles / Movements: Traditional
    Incollect Reference #: 724332
  • Dimensions
    W. 15 in; H. 35 in; H.2. 29 in;
    W. 38.1 cm; H. 88.9 cm; H.2. 73.66 cm;
Message from Seller:

Acroterion, the company, founded in late 2012, is by appointment in the historic Hudson Valley of upstate New York specializing in exceptional fine and decorative art from eastern to western, ancient to current; with a focus on the unique and timeless. The curated inventory is ever-changing and discriminately chosen by the founder and owner Randal Dawkins. Having a passion for fine objects and design from an early age, Mr. Dawkins graduated in 2004 from Sotheby’s Institute of Art, London.

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