A particularly fine pair of table lamps in Wedgewood Jasperware. These are in sage green dip Jasper. They're a classic, two-part urn form, consisting of a base and a body. They're decorated in white relief Muses on two sides and lions with rings on the others. Based on the way their drilled, these were made as lamps, not converted.
They're 16.5" overall, to the tops of the harps. Wedgwood parts are 7" tall.
Condition: one chip to the acanthus leaf of the base of of one lamp. Otherwise fine. We have a set of white silk shades which came with the lamps, but they're a bit large, proportionally.
Mark: Wedgwood is marked "Wedgwood/Made in England" dating them to between 1910 and 1930.