Antique Thackera Circa 1880s Aesthetic Movement Eastlake Converted Oil Newel Post Table Lamp With Honeycomb Font and Geisha and Samurai Shade
- This is the finest Aesthetic movement converted newel post oil lamp we have ever had. Attributed to Thackera, Son's and Company, of Philadelphia, it was made sometime around the 1882-84. The honeycomb fond and ball are hand hammered and the light features a beautiful faux marble painted base. We mounted it to a granite base for stability but it can be easily removed if you want to put in back on a newel. The lamp has been externally wired and can be converted back to oil if requested.
- Now on to the shade. What an incredible piece of glass. The acid etched cylinder shade features a samurai and geisha pattern which was extremely rare for the era and at the high point of Anglo Japanese influence. It's all original and in exceptional condition.
- Original Finish
- G16.5 candelabra base
- 60 Watts Max
- 36" total height
- 7" width (base)
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