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A pair of mid 19th century three arm glass wall lights, the rope twist arms with silvered nozzles and cut drip pans, each centred by a tall upward-pointing tapered notch cut prism, the whole festooned with swags of button drops and larger faceted pear drops, mounted on oval mirror plates with borders of large cut pearl decoration. All the metal work is silver plated and numbered. Attributed to F & C Osler of Birmingham. Provenance:The Milnes Gaskell/Motley family of Prior's Lodge, Wenlock Priory and Cronk Hill, Shropshire.Probably acquired by Lady Constance Milne-Gaskell (nee Knox), daughter of 5th Earl Ranfurley.
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