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A set of eight Queen Anne Revival mirrored and brass wall lights, circa 1920, manner of Faraday & Son
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A set of eight Queen Anne Revival mirrored and brass wall lights, circa 1920, manner of Faraday & Son
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Details & Cataloguing

Recollections of Places Past, Property from the Estate of Sir John and Lady Smith

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A set of eight Queen Anne Revival mirrored and brass wall lights, circa 1920, manner of Faraday & Son
each with twin scroll arms and foliate stamped gilt-leaded borders around bevelled and aged mirror plates
51cm. high; 44.5cm. wide; 1ft. 8in., 1ft. 5½in.
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Catalogue Note

Messers Faraday & Son (fl.1823-1919) produced high quality lighting and at the start of the 20th century usually in revivalist styles, with the early 18th century often being a primary source. Their later work had an Edwardian practical or decorative twist, much of which was stamped with the company name. Some of their brass fittings share similar scrolled and knopped branches as the present lot. In 1919 they merged with the Osler, another great British lighting manufacturer, to become Osler and Faraday Ltd., operating from Wardour Street until 1925. 

Recollections of Places Past, Property from the Estate of Sir John and Lady Smith

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London