An antique Ming Dynasty carved Longquan celadon porcelain vase now mounted as a table lamp by Edward I. Farmer. With jade finial and socket pulls.
Lamp fitting: Edward I. Farmer (16 East 56th Street, New York, NY). Edward I. Farmer (1872-1942) was a well-known dealer (active 1913-42), collector and silversmith who specialized in Chinese and European antiques and works of art. He was known for decorative lamps and accessories which he crafted from various antique Chinese jades and porcelains.
Photographs of Edward I. Farmer lamps: Samuel H. Gottscho (American, 1875-1971) Museum of the City of New York (New York, NY)
Stamped (shade): E.I. Farmer / 16 East 56th Street / New York.
Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) and later
17th century, Lamp fitting: circa 1920
Width 7 Depth 7 Height 27 inches
Base: Height 15 inches
Note: shade restored.
Edward I. Farmer Chinese Ming Longquan Celadon Porcelain Two-Light Table Lamp
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