Lamp, Little Boy

Feb 20, 2022. 08:14 UTC
Lamp, Little Boy
United States of America

Acquired from

For sale





Answered within 1 day
Feb 21, 17:06 UTC
By Denizalp D.

Fair Market Value

$350 - $400 USD

Suggested Asking Price

$350 USD
What does this mean?

Hello Abigail,

I’m very glad that you chose Mearto for your online appraisal,

Considering the photographs, overall pattern, materials and the style, I concluded that this is a Bronze Molded Lamp depicting a Little Boy Spinning the Wheel with a very elegant Black and White Marble Base. This piece dates back to the period between 1920-1940 and made in the style of early 20th century. The Bronze Molded Sculpture was probably a reproduction after the famous German sculptor "Paul Aichele". The green textile protectore under the base confirms the period, since it was mostly used during the early to mid 20th century. The proportions and the shade forms a very elegant piece. Highly decorative for interiors. The electrical structure was probably recently renovated, the original hole on the bronz sculpture for the wires is left unused. Marble is probably Italian. The piece is in good condition with minimal signes of age and a recent electrical renovation.

Marble base with a Bronze Molded Sculpture on it.

Dimensions: 8 Inches Wide, 8 Inches Deep and 18 Inches High.

Condition: The piece is in good condition with minimal signes of age and a recent electrical renovation.

Provenance: Unknown.


Please don’t hesitate to reach us again for more online appraisals on your precious items, thank you for choosing Mearto.

This item is for sale

  • Exclusive access for professionals
  • Unlimited number of private messages
  • Buy directly from the seller
  • No subscription or transaction fees
  • Guaranteed return policy

Are you a dealer or private individual interested in purchasing this item? Apply for access to the Mearto Marketplace to communicate directly with the seller for this and thousands of similar items.

Other items from seller
Related items from other collectors