Large Pair of Mid C20th Chinese Sang-de-Boeuf Porcelain Lamps

A Pair of large Chinese, mid 20th century ‘Sang-de-Boeuf’ porcelain table lamps recently rewired for the UK.

Sang de boeuf glaze, or sang-de-boeuf, is a deep red colour of ceramic glaze, first appearing in Chinese porcelain at the start of the 18th century. The name is French, meaning “ox blood”, and the glaze and the colour sang de boeuf are also called ox-blood or oxblood in English, in this and other contexts.




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Mid 20th century


117cm High (with shades) x 20cm Square (bases)

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