Hi, Is there anybody out there who can positively identify the maker of my lamp please.
It is a very impressive 16 inches tall and 10 inches wide. All parts are original vintage.
I think it too early for D’Aevsn, but? (and I hesitate to add) perhaps even Cire Perdue by R Lalique.
The glass is particularly grainy, as to the above suggestion.
I have established that it is not German and is most probably French.
It is certainly a lamp of outstanding quality and most probably unique,
an exhibition piece perhaps? It does seem very strange that this incredible piece is unrecorded?
There are no maker marks anywhere to be found. The scene is of Penelope, cousin of Helen of Troy. She is flanked by two images of Pan: Agreus and Nomios who both together are trying (unsuccessfully) to seduce Penelope, under/within the foliage & branches of a pine tree.
It is stunning. Have you ever seen one before? Can you help me please in any way?
Your assistance would be most welcome. Many thanks in advance.