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Sale IT174 Lot 6004

SET OF FOUR GILT-SILVER EARLY GEORGIAN STYLE TWO-LIGHT WALL SCONCES London, James Robinson, 1972 (2) and 1973 (2), each cast as a reticulated and shaped oval with a pair of putti flanking a fire-filled urn atop a blank central cartouche with gadrooned border, the scaled ground with birds' heads, foliate scrolls and flowerheads and floral swags, a pair of scrolling arms with circular drip pans and simple candle cups, 128 ozt (4) - h:8.50 w:5.75 d:5.50 in.

Provenance: Estate of Nina Rodale Houghton, wife of the late Arthur A. Houghton,
President of The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Carmichael Farm, Queenstown, Maryland
Estimate $1,500-3,000

Sold for $3,750.00


 
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