Pair of English Bronze Gilt Wall Lights by G.E.C
An extremely good quality pair of English bronze gilt wall ligths with two curved arms featuring the head of the diety Ammon which are embellished with leaf design terminating to reeded and foliate bobeche trays finished with decorative cups. The main body of the wall lights are adorned with female term figures and fluted and reeded detail which finishes with finial underneath. When lit the beautifully cast wall lights glisten highlighting the supurb quality. The bronze gilt has been cleaned and lacquered and the lights have been rewired and are in full working order.
The wall lights are stamped with the makers name G.E.C
G.E.C (General Electric Company) was established in London in the 1880s by Gustav Binswanger. By the 1890s the company had expanded opening new factories manufacturing lighting and exporting around the world.
There is a matching chandelier available to go with these wall lights
Height - 17 inches
Width - 18 inches
Depth - 6 ½ inches
Circa - 1900