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Sale 1904 Lot 797

American Patinated Metal and Brass Gasolier

third quarter 19th century, the six-light gasolier with a pan-shaped base decorated with molded Turk's heads, the arms with pierced scrollwork and the standard with satyr masques, hanging from a fluted brass rod, set with glass shades etched with bunches of roses.
h. 38", dia. 28"

Estimate $1,000-1,500

**There are cracks and breaks to a couple of the arms where they join the central body. There is a wire support added for strength. Good, old surface and patina. Wired for electricity.

Sold for $1,250
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