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We first spotted our new Chicago Collection in an 1883 catalogue from S. Bergmann & Co. of New York. Sigmund Bergmann was Thomas Edison's partner – while Edison worked on his light bulb, Bergmann worked on electric fixtures that could use it. For the Chicago fixtures, Bergmann adopted the wire shade clips, which allow the shade to float slightly and emit a lovely halo of illumination around the socket. Shrewdly, he also used a metal shade to better reflect the dim light of Edison's bulbs. We’ve finished the shade’s interior in Polished Brass to create an always-flattering, golden quality of light.

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Chicago Pendant
Chicago Pendant

$200.00

Designed in the earliest days of electric lights, the Chicago Collection is based on fixtures we found in an 1883 catalogue from S. Bergmann & Co. of New York. If that name sounds familiar, it may be because Sigmund Bergmann was Thomas Edison's partner. While Edison worked on his light bulb, ...

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Chicago Pendant
Chicago Pendant

$200.00

Designed in the earliest days of electric lights, the Chicago Collection is based on fixtures we found in an 1883 catalogue from S. Bergmann & Co. of New York. If that name sounds familiar, it may be because Sigmund Bergmann was Thomas Edison's partner. While Edison worked on his light bulb, ...

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Chicago Chandelier
Chicago Chandelier

Industrial Two-Arm Articulated Chandelier

$895.00

Flexible. Smart. Beautiful. This chandelier has it all. Based on fixtures we found in an 1883 catalogue from S. Bergmann & Co. of New York, it features two double-jointed arms that you can swing to the angle you prefer. Stretched to their fullest, the arms' wingspan reaches almost four feet. ...

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Chicago Chandelier
Chicago Chandelier

Industrial Two-Arm Articulated Chandelier

$895.00

Flexible. Smart. Beautiful. This chandelier has it all. Based on fixtures we found in an 1883 catalogue from S. Bergmann & Co. of New York, it features two double-jointed arms that you can swing to the angle you prefer. Stretched to their fullest, the arms' wingspan reaches almost four feet. ...

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