This table lamp is from my own collection. I have decided to part with some of my pieces. The lamp is illustrated in Hilary Calvert and Louise Boreham’s book’Mary Seton Watts and the Compton Pottery’ on page 220 (D6). I will also be listing at a later date the Girl table lamp (D8). The lamp is in very good condition and stands 11/28cm. To mention for accuracy there is a tiny chip to the right side drapery which has been painted over – hard to notice. I will add more photos including one of this shortly. There are some areas of slight paint wear but it is minor and a tiny loss to the beard area. The figure is in very good condition overall as I have said. Difficult to see but the chain around the neck is painted gold. The colours have darkened and are probably dirty which is due to age of course. It is unmarked but this was common. I have never seen another one and it is a fine piece. It is very heavy (well over 2kg) and collection would be welcome. I live in Sutton, Surrey. The item “A COMPTON POTTERY LARGE TABLE LAMP OF HENRY VIII” is in sale since Monday, November 23, 2020. This item is in the category “Pottery, Porcelain & Glass\Pottery\Art Pottery\British”. The seller is “marywatts” and is located in SUTTON SURREY. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.
- Sub-Type: British
- Product Type: Table Lamp
- Manufacturer/ Type: Compton Potters
- Original/Reproduction: Vintage Original
- Date Range: 1920-1939 (Art Deco)