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Palm tree table lamp on lion feet by Stuart Crystal, signed, silver plate, 1920`s ca, English
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Palm tree table lamp on lion feet by Stuart Crystal, signed, silver plate, 1920`s ca, English

Code: 11287

Price: £390 / $495 / €456 / ¥3,526

Height: 34cm (13.4")     Width: 14cm (5.5")
Depth: 14cm (5.5")
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Palm tree table lamp on lion feet signed Stuart Crystal, in silver plate, 1920`s ca, English.

This antique table lamp has been gently cleaned while respecting the aged patina. It is newly rewired & earthed, PAT tested by an electrician and ready to use. It has the following new electrical components: lamp holder with a cream card cover, silver tone silk cable, white cord switch & white plug (UK Plug up to 250V). Lightbulb included. This lamp can be used with a dimmer. It is possible to use this light in other countries with a light bulb suitable to local electricity.

Presented here is a fine petite table lamp of Neoclassical design made by Stuart Crystal of England around the 1920`s. It is acid etched signed `Stuart Crystal` on the top portion of the crystal, and the Registered Mark is also stamped on the palm leaves.

This lamp is in the style of the earlier English Regency period, with several design features: the lion, palm & laurel themes, Neoclassical features, elegant proportions, and good weight.

The elongated form & delicate proportions make this lamp well proportioned for a shelf, bedside or mantelpiece. It would suit a range of interiors such as Antique, Art Deco, Traditional, Country, Hollywood Regency, or Contemporary.

The design consists of a silver plated base with faceted crystal column. There is an attractive patina on the silver that contrasts with the clear reflective surfaces of the crystal.

The composition consists of a palm tree made of silver plated metal & cut crystal sitting on a tripartite silver plated base depicting lion feet. On top of the feet there is an acanthus leaf decoration. An exquisite cut crystal cylinder in the `Hardwicke` pattern becomes the trunk of the palm tree. At the top a laurel decoration in silver plate leads to the crown & leaves. Then there is a new lamp holder covered by a new cream card candle tube.

The lamp is finished with a vintage clip-on grey silk lampshade of later date. It has grey fabric trim and metallic gold lining.

The lamp carries 1 standard small screw light bulb (E14) up to 40 Watts. At present fitted & photographed with a Candle Clear shaped lightbulb of 25 Watts, which is included in the price.

This antique lamp is in very good condition for its age. The frame is sound with no damages or broken parts. The metal surfaces overall are in good condition with the original antique patina preserved, adding character & depth. There are superficial marks & patination in places. The crystal portion is in very good condition with no chips or cracks. The lampshade is in good condition with no cuts or dents and only minor light marks (rubbing) on the outside.

Additional dimensions:

The total Height with the shade on is: 34 cm.

The base alone (without the lampshade) is: Height: 24.5 cm, Width: 11 cm, Depth: 11 cm.

The lampshade alone is: Height: 9.5 cm, Diameter at the bottom: 14 cm, Diameter at the top: 7 cm.

Packing is offered free of charge. We take special professional care while packing. For safe transport the base & lampshade would be wrapped separately in bubble wrap, foam and an outer layer of card. Together these parts would easily fit into a box with loose fill packing nuts, safe for posting with a courier. We ship with reliable couriers (signed for, tracked & insured).


Within London UK: Free
UK Mainland: £ Free
European Union: £ 60
United States/Canada: £ 70
Japan: £ 80
Australia: £ 100
Rest of the World please enquire.


The Company was established in 1827 by Frederick Stuart, a skilled glassmaker, in the city of Stourbridge, England. In 1920 the iconic `Red House Glass Cone`, a conical brick structure where the crystal was manufactured, was purchased in Wordsley, which is today a glass Museum.

Stuart Crystal gained a reputation for producing high quality, handcrafted crystal glassware. In 1924 the Company began etching the name Stuart on the pieces. They developed numerous patterns such as the `Medallion Glass Cameo` & the diamond & floral motif `Beaconfield`.

It was also famous for supplying crystal items to shipping liners such as the Titanic, and later in the 1930`s for the Queen Mary. In 1995 Stuart Crystal was bought out by the Waterford Wedgwood Company and finally closed in 2001.


It covers the period from 1811 to 1820 when George, Prince of Wales, governed the country as `Regent` during the madness of his father George III. Originally known as “English Empire,” this style was eventually named after England`s Prince Regent. The Regency Style owes a great deal to the French Empire Style, but refinements were added to make it more suitable to English tastes. It retained classical elements of the Georgian period but opened up to more Roman, Greek, Egyptian, Asian and French influences.
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