Tom Woodson Artist Bio
Tom Woodson, born in 1961 in Muncie, IN, has been a life-long resident of Indiana and attended Muncie schools. Growing up, Tom was always interested in art and would spend
Paul Eckert Estate, Session 1, Online-Only!
A very nice 19th century Chinese brass//bronze and steel table lamp, on circular plinth, above a coiled, three-toed dragon, kerosene reservoir, has two lights (originally a kerosene lamp, subtle enameling, selling with a non-original Tropical Sunset arts and crafts stained glass shade, possibly Handel, but in poor condition, overall height 43"h, diameter of shade 22".
There are two areas missing the whiplash metal work. We have the four photographed pieces that could be used for repair. More photos available upon request (limitations for number of photos on bidding platforms).
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