Description: ASSORTED RIB PATTERNED OPAQUE GLASS MINIATURE LAMPS, LOT OF FOUR, opaque white with polychrome decoration to three examples, comprising two with alternating textured pattern and rib/Smith I, fig. 264; a Paris No. 2/Smith I, fig. 189 with green stain; and a Sylvan/Smith I, fig. 296; each with a matching patterned and decorated umbrella-form shade, period collars. Fitted with period Nutmeg burners, colorless chimneys. Consolidated Lamp & Glass Co. and others.
Dimensions: 7" to 8 1/8" H to top of shades.
Medium: Fourth quarter 19th/early 20th century.
Condition Report: Paris with a minor flake to shoulder edge on font, Sylvan shade with a minor flake to fitter, remaining examples undamaged. Two burners with repairs, remaining undamaged, chimneys with normal roughness, as made.
Provenance: Collection of Helen A. Feltner, Winchester, VA.
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