2 Wall Lights

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Object Name: 
2 Wall Lights
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Not on Display
about 1860-1880
Primary Description: 
2 Wall Lights. Transparent deep emerald green and yellow-green glass, gilding, brass; blown, cut, pressed, gilded, assembled. Two wall lights, each with three curving arms with large tulip-shaped shades with gilded decoration of leaves and band at rim.
Sabi, Youhana, Source
Maharajah of Bikaner, Former Collection
The Corning Museum of Glass: Notable Acquisitions 2014 (2015) illustrated, p. 30 (#18); BIB# AI100547
The Corning Museum of Glass Annual Report 2014 (2014) p. 7; BIB# 706293
F. & C. Osler, Calcutta. (1876) pp. 66-67 (no. 423 G); BIB# 92821