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Glass, bronze, and beech
Purchased in Honor of Nancy Rivard Shaw, Curator of American Art 1975 - 1998
American Art before 1950
Leigh Keno American Antiques;
1998-present, purchase by the Founders Society Purchase, Nancy Rivard Shaw Fund for the Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
“American Decorative Arts Acquisitions 1985-2005.” Bulletin of the DIA 81, 1-2 (2007): p. 70.
English, Pair of Eagle Argand Lamps, between 1825 and 1835, glass, bronze, and beech. Detroit Institute of Arts, Purchased in Honor of Nancy Rivard Shaw, Curator of American Art 1975 - 1998, 1998.54.
Enoch Wood and Sons
Boston & Sandwich Glass Company
Ward and Cox