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Bowl Chandeliers

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Mellow Pendant
Mellow Pendant

$695.00

The Mellow Pendant was originally introduced in 1912 by Wakefield -- the same company that developed our esteemed Hood fixtures. The Mellow's suspended large bowl shade creates a serene balance of heft and lightness.

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Caruthers
Caruthers

Neoclassical Bowl-Shade Chandelier

$760.00

The Caruthers has cast-brass acanthus leaf details around the shade, but slender reeded tubing on the arms. Its thick cast-glass shade is made from our own original antique shade mold. The Caruthers is best suited to primary rooms and spacious foyers in in large homes or public buildings. Bowl...

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Park Avenue
Park Avenue

Large Classic Bowl-Shade Chandelier

$1,140.00

Our largest Neoclassical light, the Park Avenue incorporates a brass shade ring with a simple four-arm structure and a thick cast-glass shade from our own original antique shade mold. Substantial and bright, it's best for large homes and public buildings. Visitors to our Portland store can attes...

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Clifton
Clifton

Classic Bowl-Shade Chandelier

$420.00

A larger chandelier, the Clifton has a classic, elegant appearance that suits many architectural styles. Fixtures with bowl shades suit high-ceilinged rooms especially well, allowing you to take in all of the shade's detail from underneath. Bowl-shade chandeliers of all shapes and sizes were fo...

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Ainsworth
Ainsworth

Large Bowl-Shade Chandelier

$805.00

The Ainsworth is a regal Neoclassical chandelier with heavy-link brass chain, cast-brass acanthus leaf details, and a thick cast-glass shade made from an original antique shade mold. Fixtures outfitted with this commanding bowl shade work best in large residential or commercial settings. Bowl-...

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Hudson
Hudson

Colonial Revival Bowl-Shade Chandelier

$500.00

Together, the Hudson's graceful components—canopy, finial, loops, and arms—conspire to make the shade the focal point of the fixture. The appeal of this exercise in cooperation is as evident today as it was to Colonial Revival lighting designers. In short or long lengths, the Hudson retains its t...

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