Antique Art Pottery Stoneware Dalton Lambeth Oil Lamp Signed Edith Lupton 1884

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An exhibition quality Doulton Lambeth stoneware Aesthetic Movement oil lamp, Edith D Lupton, signed & dated 1884.
This very fine & large oil lamp was dfesigned & decorated by Edith D Lupton for Doulton Lambeth & is signed with her initials "E D L" and dated "1884". With jewel tone floral decoration in the Aesthetic taste, with the original brass fittings by James Hinks & Son, including the original oil reservoir, the lamp raised upon a magnificent tripod brass base with cloven hooves. The lamp also retains the original glass chimney & acid etched globe.
Condition is fantastic!

Edith D Lupton worked for Doultons from about 1875 to 1890. She was a designer in her own right and also assisted other top line Doulton artists with their projects. Her early work was influenced by Arthur and Hannah Barlow, both of whom joined Doultons in 1871. This work was of a glazed stylistic foliate nature. Later she developed her skills & the variety of her work increased. Over the years at Doultons she co-operated on items with Arthur & Hannah Barlow, Eliza Simmance, Mark Marshall & other top designers and artists.
This lamp (dated 1884) demonstrates the intricate and precise nature & skill of her work.


28 inches high × 9 inches wide × 9 inches deep


high × wide x deep

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