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Antique Royal Vienna Lamp 43"H - Sale !

Antique Royal Vienna Lamp 43"H - Sale !
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Vintage Royal Vienna Lamp features exquisite meticulous hand painting of lovely scenes in resplendent colors with opulent gold gilt work. Genuine silk shantung lamp shade is hand sewn V Notch bell drum with soft luxurious sewn in sateen fabric lining. Mounted on a beautifully perforated sold brass base.

1 of a kind exclusively from Lamp Shade Pro

Each side of this beautiful vintage porcelain lamp features a different scene.

This unique 1 of a kind lamp was created by Jim of Hoyle Fine Lamps using an authentic vintage Royal Vienna porcelain vase from the mid century era fitted with a finest quality brand new handcrafted silk shade. The vintage genuine pierced brass base has been refinished, polished and lacquered for protection. The condition is excellent.

History of Royal Vienna Porcelain:

The Royal Vienna Porcelain factory was founded in 1717 by Claudius Innocentius Du Paquier who conducted experiments to unlock the secrets of porcelain production.

He was unsuccessful until he hired a previous employee of the Meissen Porcelain factory Samuel Stölzel in 1718.
During the early years his Vienna porcelain factory incurred enormous economic problems.
Many valued employees quit in 1720 including Samuel Stolzel who returned to the Meissen Porcelain factory.
Christoph Conrad Hunger also left and founded another European porcelain factory.

The 1718-1744 period is called the ‘Du Paquier period’, or ‘Vienna before the mark’.

Until 1730 the Du Paquier porcelain factory produced chinoiserie, a European imitation of Asian art which was also the Meissen trend.
Some porcelain pieces were marked with a stylized Chinese imperial mark.
After 1731 Vienna porcelain objects were created in the Viennese baroque style and were unmarked.

Du Paquier continued to have major financial problems.
In 1744 Du Paquier sold the factory to the Austrian empress Maria Theresia, transferring ownership to Austrian royalty.
After 1744 the Bindenschild family coat of arms (beehive) porcelain mark of the Austrian court, was introduced and began what was to be called the "State period".
From 1744 to 1749 the shield mark (beehive) was applied in red or blue underglaze or incised.
From 1749 to 1827 the shield mark (beehive) was applied in a blue underglaze.
From 1827 to 1850 the blind-stamped shield mark was re-introduced.

Before 1760 the factory produced rococo style wares.
After 1760 they produced neo-classical Sevres style porcelain.
Sevres was a leading porcelain factory in Europe at the time.

From 1750 - 1780 quality pieces created for the Austrian court had a special shield mark in underglaze blue.
Factory seconds had a red or green "A" over the underglaze blue mark or by two intersecting nicks over the mark.

In 1784 the Vienna Porcelain factory was unsuccessfully listed for sale due to financial problems.
Instead Konrad von Sorgenthal, a nobleman of the Austrian court was appointed director.
Sorgenthal inspired a new period of success by producing neo-classical style Vienna porcelain.
During the Sorgenthal era of 1784-1805 a year mark was impressed alongside the factory mark.
From 1783-1800 the last two figures of the year were impressed.
After 1800 the last three figures of the year were impressed.
In 1805 Sorgenthal died.
Production continued with little change until 1820.
After 1820 quality steadily decreased and the Austrian government closed the Vienna Porcelain factory in 1864.
Vienna Porcelain factory was second-oldest manufacturer of hard-paste porcelain in Europe after the Meissen Porcelain factory.

There was not a manufacturer called Royal Vienna at that time.
Royal Vienna refers to a style of porcelain painting that was very popular during the late 19th century and early 20th century.
There were numerous porcelain makers in Germany and Austria creating porcelain wares in the Vienna porcelain style.
After 1864 some of the best quality porcelain was made by these small companies.
Many of these quality porcelains are very sought after and highly collectable.

Features:
Product Type: Vintage Lamp
Material: Porcelain; Silk
Color: Ivory; Pastel Colors; Gold
Style: Antique; Vintage
Condition: Excellent
Lights: 1
Bulb Type: Standard medium Edison E26 base light
Wattage: 100
Country of Manufacture: United States of America
Shipping Area: Worldwide
Room Use: Living Room; Den; Bedroom; Office; Kitchen; Dining Room

 

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