Lamp bases are among the rarest of Remued products. Most are known only from shape-book sketches.
In the Later Series, lamp bases were mostly part of the wartime range when production was severely curtailed.
No lamp is recorded with applied decoration (other than branch handles) except for one in the 'Animal' Series, Early Series 13 B.
There is also a small separate numbering system for lamps, the 'L' Series
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Like Early Series 88
'A' Series / Kerryl A63
Hurnall's Antiques & Decorative Arts
Early Series 91
Collection; Maria & Stan Koba
'A' Series / Kerryl A10
Lamp versions of 'non-lamp' shapes.
Premier Pottery sometimes added a hole for an electric cord to other shapes so that they could be adapted for use as a lamp-base. Such pieces carried the same shape-number as those without the hole. The holes were definitely original - ie made at Premier not drilled by later owners - because glaze has run into the holes.