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If you have a petite dining room – or if your table is tucked into a larger space – try a grand fixture to give the area definition and presence. Here, our Alexandra wears a gorgeous Neoclassical shade, making this bite-sized dining nook elegant and inviting.

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Alexandra
Alexandra

Large Neoclassical Pendant

$510.00 Sale $382.50

The Alexandra is a large, refined fixture with a stoic sensibility, perfect for flaunting curvaceous Classical Revival shades and larger globes. Like our other popular chain pendants, the Alexandra is quite versatile, and would look equally at home in a dining room or a museum, shop, or sanctu...

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Sheridan
Sheridan

Classical Revival Wall Sconce

$215.00

Simplicity, grace, and a touch of whimsy come together in this classic scroll-arm wall bracket. The restraint of smooth, unadorned metal surfaces mixes with the slightly capricious impulse of the rising, curling arm—a design that complements the wooden scroll-arms on Classical Revival furnitu...

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Turned Drapery Set
Turned Drapery Set

Solid Brass, 6 Finishes

$145.00

Our Turned Finial Drapery Set has the classic decorative look of antique drapery hardware popular from Victorian to Colonial homes. These drapery finials are heavy – not hollow – cast brass, just like the antique hardware originals made from the 1890s into the 1940s.

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Eyelet-Style Ring
Eyelet-Style Ring

6 finishes available

$8.00

Our 1-1/4" inside diameter brass curtain ring has authentic antique hardware detail: You attach drapery fabric using thread or old-fashioned drapery hooks, if you have them (sorry, we don't sell drapery hooks). The eyelet turns freely to keep pleated handmade or vintage drapes looking their b...

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Comb-Back Chair
Comb-Back Chair

Sustainably harvested maple

$345.00

The quintessential Colonial era design, our comb-back Windsor chair is crafted in West Virginia of sustainably harvested Appalachian maple. It is thought that 16th-century wheelrights introduced the practice of turning chair spindles on a lathe, as they turned spokes for wheels. Because the s...

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