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  1. W. A. S. Benson
    English, 1854–1924
    Clock

    c. 1900
    Brass and enamel
    2015.250
  2. Manufactured by Cartier
    French, established 1847
    Clock with Fitted Case

    Designed c. 1913–1920, made 1920s
    Gold, diamonds, sapphires, enamel, and agate
    2009.1652
  3. Daniel Quare
    English, 1647–1724
    Longcase Clock

    c. 1710
    Walnut , walnut burl, oak, pine, brass, and other metals
    2007.112
  4. Attributed to the firm of William Parker
    English, active c. 1762–1784
    Pair of Candelabra

    c. 1785
    Glass and ormolu
    2006.374.1,.2
  5. Tom Dixon
    British, born Tunisia, 1959
    “Jack” Lamps

    Designed 1995, manufactured 1996
    Polyurethane
    97.462.1-.3
  6. French
    Chandelier

    no date
    Cut glass, bronze
    96.1363
  7. French
    Fluid Lamp, one of a pair

    1880–1899
    Silver-plated
    96.1251.2
  8. French
    Fluid Lamp, one of a pair

    1880–1899
    Silver-plated
    96.1251.1
  9. English
    Chandelier

    early 19th century
    Colorless and amber cut glass, brass
    96.1133
  10. Attributed to Perry & Company
    English, established 1817
    Chandelier

    c. 1825
    Cut glass
    94.1202
  11. Matthew Boulton
    English, 1728–1809
    Candelabrum

    c. 1772
    Blue john and ormolu
    94.1093
  12. English
    Candelabra

    c. 1775–1799
    Cut glass, ormolu
    94.1088.2
  13. English
    Candelabra

    c. 1775–1799
    Cut glass, ormolu
    94.1088.1
  14. Attributed to F. & C. Osler
    English, 1807–c. 1900
    Chandelier

    c. 1860
    Glass
    94.921
  15. Made by John Blades
    English, 1783–1857
    Candelabrum (one of a pair)

    c. 1810 (shades are later)
    Glass, ormolu, brass, and steel
    94.897.2
  16. Made by John Blades
    English, 1783–1857
    Candelabrum (one of a pair)

    c. 1810 (shades are later)
    Glass, ormolu, brass, and steel
    94.897.1
  17. English
    Chandelier

    no date
    Cut glass
    94.839.2
  18. English
    Chandelier

    no date
    Cut glass
    94.839.1
  19. Théodore Doriot
    French, active 1868–1894
    Mantel Clock

    c. 1870
    Gilt metal, steel, poplar, and enamel
    B.85.14
  20. French
    Mantel Clock

    c. 1805–1810
    Gilt bronze, marble, plaster, enamel, and steel
    B.68.29.A,.B
  21. Jacques Nicolas Pierre François Dubuc
    French, active Paris, c. 1815–1819
    Mantel Clock

    c. 1815–1819
    Mercury-gilded brass (ormolu), iron, glass, and enamel
    B.61.5
  22. Nicholas Coxeter
    English, c. 1625–1679
    Lantern Clock

    c. 1650
    Brass and iron
    B.59.126
  23. Jonathan Lowndes
    English, born 1657, active 1680–1710
    Bracket Clock

    c. 1700
    Pearwood, brass, silvered ring
    B.59.67

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