Just like Panthera pardus orientalis (the Amur Leopard from www.worldwildlife.org), these gorgeous Victorian Milk Glass Lustres are critically endangered,; they are very hard to find! Pastel pink opaque handprinted glass lustres, with some wear to the painting and gilded edges; however, no chips or cracks to glass. All sixteen (15 plus one slightly different) crystal lustre drops are all present with a nibble here and there on the prism cuts. There is a slight shade difference in the pink also. Nevertheless, this is a pretty pair of lustres in reasonable condition, and would be a beautiful compliment to a mantle, or sideboard or chest of drawers. Circa 1880.
Dimensions: 125 Diameter, 260 High