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Tremendous Polychrome Wrought Iron 15-Lamp Historic Revival Chandelier, c1928
Tremendous Polychrome Wrought Iron 15-Lamp Historic Revival Chandelier, c1928

$6,750.00

In a spectacular display of bravado and romantic drama, this wrought iron and polychrome confection from the Roaring Twenties will bring a touch of movie-palace splendor to wherever its new home proves to be. With 15 bare bulbs encircling an energetic combination of masterful hammered strap work,...

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Classic Heraldic Wrought Strap Chandelier, c1927
Classic Heraldic Wrought Strap Chandelier, c1927

$825.00

Wrought-iron inspired strap fixtures like this one were popular in the second half of the 1920s, where they romantically lit countless Tudor, English, and Mediterranean cottages. This example has a wonderful balance of simple and decorative elements, making it suitable for a wide range of interio...

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Exceptional Revival-Style  Strap Chandelier, C1925
Exceptional Revival-Style Strap Chandelier, C1925

$675.00

Wrought iron strap-style fixtures with exposed globe bulbs like this one were one of the bread-and-butter fixture types of the mid-1920s. Often featuring stamped metal leaves and decorative floral accents finished in a rich polychrome like this example, such fixtures were right at home in the cou...

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5-Light Revival Chandelier w/ Heraldic Amber Crackle Shades by Phoenix, c1927
5-Light Revival Chandelier w/ Heraldic Amber Crackle Shades by Phoenix, c1927

$1,025.00

An elegant and evocative variation of the richly modeled cast Historic Revival chandeliers that graced the dining rooms of countless romantic bungalows and cottages of the 1920s, this example sets itself apart from the crowd with its rare and unusual heraldic clip-on amber crackle glass candle sh...

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Sears Hi-Glo Romance Revival "Valley Forge" 5-Light Chandelier, c1934
Sears Hi-Glo Romance Revival "Valley Forge" 5-Light Chandelier, c1934

$775.00

One of the more successful of the mass-market fixtures evoking the Historic Revival's favorite character – ye olde village blacksmith – this 5-candle cast aluminum chandelier is finished in Swedish Iron and literally drips with rustic romance and mellow age. Sears' Valley Forge group was featured...

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Exotic Revival Chandelier w/Galleon Panels, c1927
Exotic Revival Chandelier w/Galleon Panels, c1927

$975.00

Wrought iron strap-style fixtures were one of the bread-and-butter fixture types of the mid-to-late-1920s. This unusual example features full-sailed Spanish galleons! Now that's an antique fixture to start conversations and evoke dreams of faraway times and places - exactly what the Romance Reviv...

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Classic Heraldic Wrought Strap Chandelier, c1927
Classic Heraldic Wrought Strap Chandelier, c1927

$625.00

Wrought-iron inspired strap fixtures like this one were popular in the second half of the 1920s, where they romantically lit countless Tudor, English, and Mediterranean cottages. This example has a wonderful balance of simple and decorative elements, making it suitable for a wide range of interiors.

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Ornate Polychrome Revival-Style 5-Light Chandelier, C1928
Ornate Polychrome Revival-Style 5-Light Chandelier, C1928

$625.00

This classic late-1920s 5-light chandelier enhances its finely cast details with an antique gilt painted finish and subtle colored accents that add character and gentle beauty. A fixture like this one would be right at home in one of the countless English, Colonial, or Historic Revival houses tha...

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Ornate Polychrome Revival-Style 3-Light Chandelier, c1929
Ornate Polychrome Revival-Style 3-Light Chandelier, c1929

$375.00

The late-1920s saw an explosion in the popularity of decorative cast white-metal fixtures with exposed globe bulbs and rich polychrome finishes like this example. Undeniably and unabashedly decorative, this fixture enhances its finely cast details with a gilt painted finish of subtle gold and bro...

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Ornately Patterned Mid-West Polychrome Chandelier C1928
Ornately Patterned Mid-West Polychrome Chandelier C1928

$575.00

Why not do it with style? This ornate polychrome masterpiece was produced by the Mid-West Chandelier Company in 1928. The fantastic detail, with foxglove leaves patterned on every surface, including the canopy, bobeches and medallions, really make this fixture stand out. In its day, this light wo...

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4-Light Hammered Chandelier by Art Kast C1923
4-Light Hammered Chandelier by Art Kast C1923

$525.00

Made by the Art Kast Company, a lighting manufacture that operated in the early part of the 20th century, this 4-light chandelier features styles from many different periods, including Arts & Crafts, Colonial and Deco. Despite its patent date (June 26, 1923), this chandelier has been complete...

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Historic Revival Chandelier from Moe-Bridges, c1929
Historic Revival Chandelier from Moe-Bridges, c1929

$975.00

Made in the late 1920s by lighting company Moe-Bridges, this rare chandelier mixes references and eras with abandon – and to delightful effect. Exposed bulbs and amber glass drops mingle with heraldic-style shields and Colonial-style wrought metal. The extremely well-preserved original hand-pai...

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Antique Classical Revival Cameo Chandelier, c1930
Antique Classical Revival Cameo Chandelier, c1930

$1,200.00

Cameos have been symbols of remembrance since ancient Greece and Roman times, so it follows that a Classical Revival–style chandelier would remember the cameo. Less classical are the over-the-top metalwork and downward-facing sockets, but that's what makes this one-of-a-kind antique a standout. T...

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Nicely Cast Revival-Style Polychrome Chandelier C1927
Nicely Cast Revival-Style Polychrome Chandelier C1927

$575.00

In classic Historic Revival form, this chandelier boasts elements from a myriad of periods. Even with the broader design motifs taking center stage, it is the details that set this piece apart: acanthus leaf castings, acorn finials and patterns on every surface make this one of the more ornately...

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Art Deco Chrome and Gilt Chandelier, c1930
Art Deco Chrome and Gilt Chandelier, c1930

$1,450.00

In the earlier days of Deco, chandeliers like this were the newest thing, establishing their own design language, free from influences of the past. Handpainted polychrome (a.k.a., multiple colors) finishes create the look of mixed metals – in this case, a striking combination of chrome and bronze...

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Magnificent 5-Light "Soleure" Or "Brown Tip" Chandelier, C1932
Magnificent 5-Light "Soleure" Or "Brown Tip" Chandelier, C1932

$4,200.00

One of the most admired and sought after of all shaded light designs, the series popularly known as the "Brown Tip" family was well-made from quality materials, expertly finished, and features outstanding Art Deco styling. This series was originally called the Soleure line and was made Mid-West C...

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Dramatic 6-light Slipper-Shade Chandelier, c1930
Dramatic 6-light Slipper-Shade Chandelier, c1930

$1,700.00

Slipper-shaded lights like this antique chandelier were the hot trend from about 1930 through 1935, before Streamline style and cup-shade fixtures moved center stage. Inspired by French examples and featuring glass slipper shades at each light bulb – typically unique to specific body designs – th...

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 7-Light Sun Tan Series Heraldic Chandelier, C1935
7-Light Sun Tan Series Heraldic Chandelier, C1935

$1,750.00

From a 1935 Incandescent Supply catalog, on the Sun Tan Series: "This new, attractive line of Shaded Light Fixtures is in a class by itself as a creation of art - beautifully designed, nicely proportioned, very tastefully colored and, last but not least, reasonably priced!" A great mix of modern...

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5-Light Virden "Rayburn" Chandelier, c1933
5-Light Virden "Rayburn" Chandelier, c1933

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$1,600.00

The J.C. Virden Company's "Rayburn" series, was a quintessential and broadly distributed line of fixtures that effortlessly expressed the Art Deco look popular in the first half of the 1930s. A classic among slipper-shade or "shaded light" fixtures, the family was used in countless houses of many...

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5-Light Virden "Rayburn" Iron Chandelier, c1933
5-Light Virden "Rayburn" Iron Chandelier, c1933

$1,250.00

The J.C. Virden Company's "Rayburn" series, was a quintessential and broadly distributed line of fixtures that effortlessly expressed the Art Deco look popular in the first half of the 1930s. A classic among slipper-shade or "shaded light" fixtures, the family was used in countless houses of many...

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Rare Transitional Gas and Electric Billiard Chandelier C1905
Rare Transitional Gas and Electric Billiard Chandelier C1905

$6,500.00

This stunning 4-arm billiard chandelier dates to the early 1900's, a time when the game of billiards was gaining popularity and Victorian ornate design was giving way to the less decorative styles of the early 20th century. Handcrafted with long arms that extend to support two different kinds of ...

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Astounding Gas/Electric Empire Chandelier, c1890
Astounding Gas/Electric Empire Chandelier, c1890

$18,500.00

This huge and remarkable 6x6 gas/electric combination fixture is a scrolling flight of filigreed fancy and bellowing beasties. Possibly manufactured by Bradley & Hubbard, this large fixture features exceptional castings and over-the-top detail. With the gas lights so high on the fixture, it ...

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Transitional 5-Light Chandelier, C1900
Transitional 5-Light Chandelier, C1900

$1,950.00

What's so "transitional" about this fixture, you ask? Well, it straddles the movement from fancy Victorian design to "Modern Colonial" tastes with its distinctive hexagonal paneled motif. While most of the fixture is clean and straightforward, we see the last echoes of frilly Victorian styling in...

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Outstanding & Rare Transitional Semi-Flush Fixture, C1898
Outstanding & Rare Transitional Semi-Flush Fixture, C1898

$1,400.00

You might think a somewhat simple fixture like this one by the De Kosenko Manufacturing would not be hard to find, but let us tell you - this is real gem and ought to be snapped up right away. Finding stylish fixtures from the first decade of the 20th century that will put out a lot of light whil...

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Extremely Rare Empire 4-Light Chandelier w/Straw Opalescent Glass, c1898
Extremely Rare Empire 4-Light Chandelier w/Straw Opalescent Glass, c1898

$5,500.00

While nowhere near as elaborate or ornate as 1890s Empire fixtures could be, this very special example claims its own place at the ball with its elegant restraint, open spread, and gently scrolling arms. However, while there is no arguing about the beauty of this fixture’s figure, the real stars ...

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Filigreed Empire Gas/Electric Combination   Chandelier, C1890
Filigreed Empire Gas/Electric Combination Chandelier, C1890

$2,950.00

Distinguished by delicately pierced bodies and finely detailed castings, Empire-style lighting like this lovely 8-light gas/electric example captivated the market during the 1890s. Difficult and expensive to produce, they are hard to find today and truly bring the ornamental spirit of the Victori...

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Large Eastlake Gasolier w/Crystal Drops, 1880s
Large Eastlake Gasolier w/Crystal Drops, 1880s

$3,750.00

A very nice early fixture that mixes the popular crystal look with Eastlake styling at the time it was transitioning to the Aesthetic Movement, this would be ideal over a dining room table in an 1880s home (or any other setting where its unique charms would be appreciated). Intricate castings an...

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Spectacular Victorian 12-Light Chandelier, c1905
Spectacular Victorian 12-Light Chandelier, c1905

$13,500.00

To the untrained eye, this fixture might appear to be just another over-the-top "fancy" Victorian chandelier - but it is so much more than that, and we feel very fortunate to offer it here. Probably dating to the first decade of the 20th century, during the transitional period when Victorian dec...

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Charming Late Victorian Chandelier, C1905
Charming Late Victorian Chandelier, C1905

$850.00

Possessing just the quirky character that makes the stripped-down look of early 1900s fixtures so interesting and appealing, this 3-light fixture does a lot with a little. A fixture as simple as this can easily slip towards being generic, which is what makes the shades we've paired with this pend...

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Charming Late Victorian Chandelier W/Opal Shades, C1905
Charming Late Victorian Chandelier W/Opal Shades, C1905

$850.00

Possessing just the quirky character that makes the stripped-down look of early 1900s fixtures so interesting and appealing, this 3-light fixture does a lot with a little. A fixture as simple as this can easily slip towards being generic, which is what makes the shades we've paired with this pend...

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Rare Civil War-Era Gilt 2-Arm Gasolier, c1865
Rare Civil War-Era Gilt 2-Arm Gasolier, c1865

$3,000.00

Being on the west coast, we simply don't see very many early gas fixtures pass through our shop. This one, attributed to Archer & Pancoast, is one of the earliest we've offered (see its coordinating partner in a separate listing), and we've gone to great pains to do it justice. When disa...

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Rare Civil War-Era Gilt 2-Arm Gasolier, c1865
Rare Civil War-Era Gilt 2-Arm Gasolier, c1865

$3,000.00

Being on the west coast, we simply don't see very many early gas fixtures pass through our shop. This one, attributed to Archer & Pancoast, is one of the earliest we've offered (see its coordinating partner in a separate listing), and we've gone to great pains to do it justice. When disa...

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Late Victorian Empire Combination Chandelier, c1900
Late Victorian Empire Combination Chandelier, c1900

Multiple Available. Original Price $1650.00

$1,404.99

With the classic cast scrolling armbacks and pierced filigree shells that define the Empire style, this gas/electric combination fixture from around the turn of the century offers generous style, light, and decorative impact. Common to later Empire castings, this one also features a mix of brass...

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Large & Uncommon 5-Light Commercial Chandelier, c1910
Large & Uncommon 5-Light Commercial Chandelier, c1910

$3,600.00

Large and simple multi-arm fixtures using carbon-filament light bulbs like this one were extremely common in commercial and institutional settings between 1900 and 1910 - but most were replaced in the decades that followed the introduction of the newer - and much brighter - tungsten-filament bulb...

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Colonial Revival 3-Light Drop Pan Fixture w/Amber Shades, c1920
Colonial Revival 3-Light Drop Pan Fixture w/Amber Shades, c1920

$375.00

The 1920s saw the convergence of two popular trends – the Colonial Revival and the stamped pan light. Combined in countless ways, Colonial pan lights were ubiquitous in all types of houses – from bungalows to foursquares to Dutch Colonials – yet they always felt right at home with their clean lin...

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Classic 3-Light Drop Pan Shower W/Prismatic Shades, C1910
Classic 3-Light Drop Pan Shower W/Prismatic Shades, C1910

$680.00

The simple three-chain drop and plain Colonial Revival pan on this late shower fixture are just the background elements for the stars of this ensemble - the ruffled Prismatic shades. These shades were designed for a practical purpose. Their precisely engineered prismatic angles reflect the most l...

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Classic Drop Shower W/Pressed Opalescent Shades, C1915
Classic Drop Shower W/Pressed Opalescent Shades, C1915

$660.00

The simple three-chain drop and plain Colonial Revival pan on this late shower fixture are just the background elements for the stars of this ensemble - the three softly translucent shades from the era just before true while glass takes over the market that give this fixture its punch and persona...

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Colonial Revival Pan Chandelier, c1920
Colonial Revival Pan Chandelier, c1920

$480.00

Pan fixtures were quite popular in the 1910s and 1920s – quietly dignified in style, remarkably adaptable in situation. This antique features three drops, with softly glowing, softly billowing satin shades.

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Eclectic Copper Suspended Ring and Shower Chandelier, c1915
Eclectic Copper Suspended Ring and Shower Chandelier, c1915

$3,750.00

A great example of how period fixture designs often refuse to be easily pigeon-holed into style categories, this stunning chandelier combines touches of Classical Revival, Old English, and Craftsman styles. The suspended-ring shower was at the height of its popularity in this period, and this ex...

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Unusual 3-Light Bay Leaf Pan Fixture w/Beaded Bulb Covers, c1916
Unusual 3-Light Bay Leaf Pan Fixture w/Beaded Bulb Covers, c1916

$720.00

The late 1910s were a transitional period in lighting, with the large, heavy Classical Revival styles of the early decade evolving into the lighter and more delicate Colonial Revival look of the 1920s. This very unusual and striking fixture has the same sort of substantial and quietly assertive c...

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Graceful Sheffield Chandelier, c1905
Graceful Sheffield Chandelier, c1905

$980.00

The Sheffield style, with its distinctive alternating radial ribs, was popular from around 1900 through the early '20s. Complimenting a wide range of homes and styles, Sheffield fixtures convey a low-key elegance. The swooping arms and lovely symmetry of this early 20th century chandelier typif...

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Antique Brass Four-Bulb Sheffield Shower Chandelier, c1910
Antique Brass Four-Bulb Sheffield Shower Chandelier, c1910

$1,200.00

The Sheffield style, with its distinctive alternating radial ribs, was popular from around 1900 through the early '20s. Complimenting a wide range of homes and styles, Sheffield fixtures were elegant without being overly fussy. Here, the organic, fluted bulb holders and canopy create an intrigu...

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3-Light Sheffield Chandelier, c1910
3-Light Sheffield Chandelier, c1910

$725.00

Bold and fresh when first introduced by American lighting manufacturers around 1900, the graceful lines and distinctive shell-like ribbing of the Sheffield style were meant to evoke the work of expert colonial metalsmiths. This antique is not only a lovely example of Sheffield design, but also o...

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Bright Brass Combination Sheffield Fixture, c1912
Bright Brass Combination Sheffield Fixture, c1912

$780.00

An interesting variation on the Sheffield theme, this combination gas/electric fixture features three candle sockets (once burners) on top and three drop sockets with coordinating Sheffield shades in a shower arrangement pointing down. The quite vertical proportion and compact circumference give...

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 4-Light Shower W/Etched Prismatic Shades, C1920
4-Light Shower W/Etched Prismatic Shades, C1920

$725.00

First introduced around 1909, shower fixtures - or pans with multiple drops directing light downward - had evolved by the 1920s to become familiarly classic, refined down to their most simple and basic forms. This example has a lovely stamped pan featuring a distinctive motif of daisies (or some ...

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4-Light Shower W/Cut Glass Shades, C1920
4-Light Shower W/Cut Glass Shades, C1920

$725.00

First introduced around 1909, shower fixtures - or pans with multiple drops directing light downward - had evolved by the 1920s to become familiarly classic, refined down to their most simple and basic forms. This example has a lovely stamped pan featuring a distinctive motif of daisies (or some ...

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Classical Revival Bowl Chandelier, c1920
Classical Revival Bowl Chandelier, c1920

$2,400.00

Semi-indirect bowl fixtures (some light diffused down, some light reflected up) were all the rage for dining rooms between 1910 and 1920, and rarely were they done better or more substantially than this. Suspended from ornate chains, a cast-brass ring with both ribbon-and-reed and acanthus motif...

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Classic Colonial Bowl Shower W/Cut Glass Shade, C1915
Classic Colonial Bowl Shower W/Cut Glass Shade, C1915

$575.00

One of the hottest lighting trends of its time - bowl shades - this beautiful chandelier would have been a classic choice for bungalow, foursquare, or Colonial Revival dining rooms between 1910 and 1920. The satin acid-etched and wheel-cut glass shade adds sparkle and a subtle decorative touch.

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Colonial Shower Chandelier W/ Painted Bowl Shade C1920
Colonial Shower Chandelier W/ Painted Bowl Shade C1920

$980.00

Combining the two hottest lighting trends of its time - bowl shades and shower fixtures with multiple drops - this beautiful chandelier would have been a classic choice for bungalow, foursquare, or Colonial Revival dining rooms between 1910 and 1920. The highlight of the piece is the hand-painted...

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Classic Colonial Bowl Shower W/Cut Glass Shades, C1915
Classic Colonial Bowl Shower W/Cut Glass Shades, C1915

$1,100.00

Combining the two hottest lighting trends of its time - bowl shades and shower fixtures with multiple drops - this beautiful chandelier would have been a classic choice for bungalow, foursquare, or Colonial Revival dining rooms between 1910 and 1920. The matched set of satin-frosted cut glass sha...

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Classic Bowl Shower W/Satin Etched Sheffield Shades, C1915
Classic Bowl Shower W/Satin Etched Sheffield Shades, C1915

$1,000.00

Combining the two hottest lighting trends of its time - bowl shades and shower fixtures with multiple drops - this beautiful chandelier would have been a classic choice for bungalow, foursquare, or Colonial Revival dining rooms between 1910 and 1920.

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Captivating 3-Drop Semi-Indirect Bowl Chandelier, c1915
Captivating 3-Drop Semi-Indirect Bowl Chandelier, c1915

$1,100.00

Semi-indirect bowl chandeliers - partially lighting the room by reflecting light off the ceiling and partially through downward diffusion from the glass bowl - were popular in dining rooms of most every style of house between about 1910 and the early 1920s. This variation is especially charming w...

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Charming Bowl Fixture W/Garland Shade Set, c1915
Charming Bowl Fixture W/Garland Shade Set, c1915

$1,100.00

With the introduction of tungsten-filament bulbs after 1910, semi-indirect bowl chandeliers with supplemental perimeter drops like this one became increasingly popular in bungalow and foursquare dining rooms. This classic example features nicely tinted shades.

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Abundant Silver Classical Revival Chandelier w/ Art Glass C1925
Abundant Silver Classical Revival Chandelier w/ Art Glass C1925

$4,800.00

Sometimes more is more. This Classical Revival chandelier is adorned on every silver-plated surface with acanthus leaves, beading, and fluting. Despite the incredible detail on the metal casting, what really grabs our attention is the stunning blue iridized and threaded art glass finial, most lik...

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Ornate Silver Classical Revival Chandelier with Art Glass C1925
Ornate Silver Classical Revival Chandelier with Art Glass C1925

$4,800.00

Sometimes more is more. This Classical Revival chandelier is adorned on every silver-plated surface with acanthus leaves, beading, and fluting. Despite the incredible detail on the metal casting, what really grabs our attention is the stunning blue iridized and threaded art glass finial, most lik...

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Sparkling And Elegant Colonial Revival Chandelier C1925
Sparkling And Elegant Colonial Revival Chandelier C1925

$675.00

Colonial Revival Chandeliers were so plentiful and so many variations sprung from that style, that when a unique iteration comes into our collection, we have to share it. The details of this piece really make it stand out: the faceted beaded crystals, the extended dangling finial and the original...

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Lovely Aged Brass Colonial Pan Chandelier, c1920
Lovely Aged Brass Colonial Pan Chandelier, c1920

$600.00

Typical of so many of the popular pan lights of the 1920s, this example features five intricately molded arms with lovely stamped details on the body and canopy. The fixture itself features a dramatic unlacquered, hand-antiqued brass finish. Great for over a dining room table.

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Decorative Gilt Pan Chandelier W/Floral Accents, c1920
Decorative Gilt Pan Chandelier W/Floral Accents, c1920

$675.00

Typical of so many of the popular pan lights of the 1920s, this example features five intricately molded arms with lovely stamped details on the body and canopy. The fixture itself features a gilt finish with unlacquered brass accents to highlight the lovely stamped floral details. Great for over...

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Fred Baker Modern Doric 5/5-Light Chandelier by J.C. English, C1915
Fred Baker Modern Doric 5/5-Light Chandelier by J.C. English, C1915

$1,750.00

This is a fixture close to our Portland, Oregon hearts. From when he first designed fixtures for the Pittock Mansion in the early 1910s through the midcentury era, Fred Baker was the preeminent lighting designer in the Pacific Northwest. Closely associated with the Portland lighting manufacturer ...

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Decorated Colonial Revival Chandelier, c1925
Decorated Colonial Revival Chandelier, c1925

$680.00

Colonial Revival style often veers toward the restrained; not so with this antique chandelier. We've replicated the original polychrome finish so the lapis, emerald, and amber "fruit" gleam brightly against the gold-toned ground. The armbacks feature scrollwork and leaf details for added adornmen...

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Four-Light Empire Pan Chandelier, C1935
Four-Light Empire Pan Chandelier, C1935

$525.00

Sited variously as Georgian, Federal, and Empire, lighting fixtures with applied stars (and stars in general) were a hot trend of the mid-1930s. As Lightolier stated in 1934 about fixtures very similar to this one: "In style, in finish, in the embellished gold stars, these pieces might well have ...

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Three-Light Gilt Colonial Pan Fixture, C1925
Three-Light Gilt Colonial Pan Fixture, C1925

$435.00

Perfectly scaled for the small Colonial Revival Cape Cods and Craftsman bungalows of the 1920s, this little pan light would be suitable for a breakfast nook, a stairway, an entry, or a small dining area.

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Antique Brass Faries 2-Arm Combination Spool Fixture, c1910
Antique Brass Faries 2-Arm Combination Spool Fixture, c1910

$575.00

Faries Manufacturing didn't just make the articulated task lights for which they are best known, they also produced an entire line of simple, classic (some might even say generic) lighting fixtures that were a staple offering of electrical jobbers who either couldn't afford nicer fixtures or saw...

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Mission Chandelier W/Emeralite Cased Cone Shades, C1910
Mission Chandelier W/Emeralite Cased Cone Shades, C1910

$975.00

This no-frills, stripped-down Mission chandelier certainly might have hung in a classic modest Craftsman bungalow or foursquare, but it is equally likely to have come from a store, an office, or even a saloon or cigar shop. Plain yet decorative fixtures like this one were popular in all sorts of ...

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American Arts & Crafts Leaded-Glass Ring Chandelier, c1910
American Arts & Crafts Leaded-Glass Ring Chandelier, c1910

$4,800.00

If lighting is jewelry for a room, then this Arts & Crafts chandelier is statement couture. Cream-and-gold art glass shades, joined with fishnet leading and studded with amber "gems," dangle alluringly from a belt of handwrought bronze medallions. It could imbue an otherwise straightlaced spa...

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Arts & Crafts Hammered Brass Dome Pendant, c1910
Arts & Crafts Hammered Brass Dome Pendant, c1910

$6,200.00

Fit for king's castle or a cozy bungalow, this one-of-a-kind antique pendant demonstrates the care and craft that informed Arts & Crafts design and workmanship. All of its original details remain intact, including the hand rolled opalescent slag glass, hammered trefoil details, then-state-of-...

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Ornate American Arts and Crafts Chandelier with Quezal Shades C1915
Ornate American Arts and Crafts Chandelier with Quezal Shades C1915

$4,600.00

The hearty, hammered finish of this awe-inspiring Arts & Crafts chandelier is complimented perfectly with a set of signed Quezal gold aurene iridescent shades. While the shades will get plenty of well-deserved attention, don't forget to notice the details of the fixture itself: the oak leaf o...

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French Inspired Historic Revival Chandelier w/ Quezal Shades C1915
French Inspired Historic Revival Chandelier w/ Quezal Shades C1915

$4,350.00

There is so much to look at and enjoy with this Historic Revival chandelier. Arts & Crafts elements shine through, but we are most drawn to the French high-lights, including the hammered fleur de lys on each corner of the pan. The delicately ruffled opalescent tulip art glass shades, signed b...

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American Arts & Crafts Hammered Chandelier with Quezal Shades, c1915
American Arts & Crafts Hammered Chandelier with Quezal Shades, c1915

$3,850.00

Simple and stunning, this antique chandelier boasts its original hammered bronze finish, waxed for protection, and a lovely set of signed Quezal iridescent tulip art glass shades. The hand-wrought details, including riveted arms and a twisted finial, eloquently illuminate the aesthetic embodied ...

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 Unusual Wrought Iron Mission Chandelier w/Ceiling Lamp Cluster, c1909
Unusual Wrought Iron Mission Chandelier w/Ceiling Lamp Cluster, c1909

$1,650.00

A great example of how real Mission lighting wasn't all basic square tubes and simplified forms like reproductions often imply, this fantastic variation gives a real glimpse into the wider range of options Arts & Crafts homeowners had at the time. With rustic arms hammered from flat iron bar ...

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Arresting Cast Iron Mission Dome w/Caramel Glass, c1908
Arresting Cast Iron Mission Dome w/Caramel Glass, c1908

$980.00

Bold and heavy in its unusual details, this striking Mission dome fixture utilizes a series of repeated open-work castings to create a very graphic and eye-catching centerpiece for over a dining room table. The black finish on the iron frame is original. New chain, which alternates between diamo...

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Mid-Century Modern Spoke Chandelier, c1958
Mid-Century Modern Spoke Chandelier, c1958

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$680.00

Straight out of a gleaming kitchenette or linoleum-tiled rec room (we imagine) comes this vintage chandelier. Doubtless it made a trend-conscious homeowner very happy in the late 1950s, and it's ready to do so again. The pinstripe cup shades, two-tone wood, and slightly worn brass lacquer would b...

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Late Moderne 6-Light Chrome Chandelier w/Unusual Center Light, c1952
Late Moderne 6-Light Chrome Chandelier w/Unusual Center Light, c1952

$670.00

With a classic cup-shade form that harkens back to the early days of Streamline Moderne in the late 1930s, this fixture illustrates how lighting manufacturers after interruptions of the war, went back to the old designs, with simple updates to keep the look fresh and relevant. In this case, the r...

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Colorful Late Deco Cup-Shade Chandelier, c1936
Colorful Late Deco Cup-Shade Chandelier, c1936

$700.00

Small but loaded with charm, this 5-light chandelier with its soft (and popular at the time) ivory-and-chrome finish and elegant transparent glass detail has one foot in the traditional and one foot in the modern – much like the 1930s decade itself. Great for a small dining room, a breakfast nook...

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5-Arm Cup Shade Chandelier W/Opalescent Glass, C1940
5-Arm Cup Shade Chandelier W/Opalescent Glass, C1940

$680.00

What an interesting visual mix of finishes and glass treatments on one fixture. The Pale Gold Gilt enamel and clear glass center body give the fixture a forward-looking yet still traditional sparkle, while the softly opalescent cup shades - possibly Macbeth-Evans Monax - add a touch of warmth and...

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Modern Traditional Sparkle Chandelier, c1940
Modern Traditional Sparkle Chandelier, c1940

$580.00

We're suckers for the odd duck around here. So when this antique chandelier waddled across our path, we knew we needed to help find its forever home. A little bit of country – those ruffled, etched-glass shades! – and a little bit of glitzy – the glass baubles! – come together for a singular effe...

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Glass Center-Post Chandelier w/Art Nouveau Inspired Details, c1943
Glass Center-Post Chandelier w/Art Nouveau Inspired Details, c1943

$380.00

Center-post shades (the glass typically hangs from a center post through a hole in the shade, fixed on by a finial) were popular from around 1935 into the early 1950s. The most common sizes were small 1-light and 2-light fixtures used in bedrooms and hallways, especially as replacements for older...

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War-Era Peach Center-Post Bowl Chandelier, c1940
War-Era Peach Center-Post Bowl Chandelier, c1940

$355.00

Center-post shades (the glass typically hangs from a center post through a hole in the shade, fixed on by a finial) were popular from around 1935 into the early 1950s. The most common sizes were small 1-light and 2-light fixtures used in bedrooms and hallways, especially as replacements for olde...

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Contemporary Lightolier Chandelier of the Swingin' '70s
Contemporary Lightolier Chandelier of the Swingin' '70s

$1,150.00

While not quite enough time has passed for some of us to see the charm and sophistication of lighting from the 1970s, the same was said about each period style by the generations that followed, and each has come back to find a new and appreciative audience again. The 1970s are enjoying just such...

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Contemporary Chandelier w/Crackle Glass Globes, c1975
Contemporary Chandelier w/Crackle Glass Globes, c1975

$950.00

A perfect combination of the 1970s' love for lighting with gleaming chrome, abstract geometry, and ice-like glass effects makes this striking Contemporary chandelier the center of the swinging party. Crackle glass globes in chrome-plated rings encircle a single downlight concealed in the center ...

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Brass & Smoky Glass Chandelier by Fredrick Ramond, c1975
Brass & Smoky Glass Chandelier by Fredrick Ramond, c1975

$1,800.00

The distinctively angular or faceted chandelier designs of Fredrick Ramond during the 1970s - like this fine example (which happens to be even further enhanced by the awesome brass finish and smoky glass panels) - have found a newly appreciative fan base among early adopters in the resurging are...

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Chrome & Smoky Glass Chandelier by Fredrick Ramond, c1975
Chrome & Smoky Glass Chandelier by Fredrick Ramond, c1975

$1,800.00

The distinctively angular or faceted chandelier designs of Fredrick Ramond during the 1970s - like this fine example (which happens to be even further enhanced by the awesome chrome finish and smoky glass panels) - have found a newly appreciative fan base among early adopters in the resurging ar...

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Chrome & Smoky Glass Chandelier by Fredrick Ramond, c1975
Chrome & Smoky Glass Chandelier by Fredrick Ramond, c1975

$1,800.00

The distinctively angular or faceted chandelier designs of Fredrick Ramond during the 1970s - like this fine example (which happens to be even further enhanced by the awesome chrome finish and smoky glass panels) - have found a newly appreciative fan base among early adopters in the resurging ar...

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Contemporary Square-Tube Chrome & Lucite Chandelier, 1976
Contemporary Square-Tube Chrome & Lucite Chandelier, 1976

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$1,250.00

Almost anthropomorphic with its cute little light bulbs peeking out from smoky Lucite windows, this awesome Contemporary chandelier features square-tube construction and a grand total of nine sockets creating both upward and downward light for generous illumination. For lovers of vintage ligh...

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Classic Oak & Brass Contemporary Chandelier, c1972
Classic Oak & Brass Contemporary Chandelier, c1972

Original Price $475.00

$404.99

This classic contemporary-style chandelier is so archetypal - so smack down the middle of what everybody in the lighting world was doing in the early 1970s - that we just knew we were going to find it in our archive of period trade catalogs. But no luck. With all the smoky, woody, brushed-an...

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Stunning Contemporary Ice Drum Chandelier, c1973
Stunning Contemporary Ice Drum Chandelier, c1973

$2,800.00

If Santa was a '70s-chic hipster, he'd have this icy confection suspended over the dining room table in his swinging North Pole pad. Dripping with cool sparkle and Contemporary caché, this stunning drum fixture is the quintessence of the crystalline, high-end, imported sculptural lights popular ...

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Dramatic Fredrick Ramond Torch-Cut Chandelier, c1972
Dramatic Fredrick Ramond Torch-Cut Chandelier, c1972

$2,850.00

This more restrained torch-cut chandelier is evocative of the look popularized by Tom Greene in a series striking fixture designs produced for several different lighting companies in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Less aggressively cut, with fewer of the heavy dripping-edge effects found in Gre...

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Torch-Cut Brutalist Pendant by T.A. Greene for Feldman, c1970
Torch-Cut Brutalist Pendant by T.A. Greene for Feldman, c1970

$3,250.00

Tom Greene designed a series striking torch-cut brass and copper lighting fixtures for The Feldman Company (and others) that have today become closely associated with a raw and aggressive style of the late 1960s and early 1970s known as Brutalist. Feldman was a lighting manufacturer and importer...

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Organic Torch-Cut Brutalist Brass Pendant, c1970
Organic Torch-Cut Brutalist Brass Pendant, c1970

$2,500.00

Tom Greene designed a series striking torch-cut brass and copper lighting fixtures for several lighting companies that had a wide influence and have today become associated with a raw and aggressive style of the late 1960s and early 1970s known as Brutalist. With no identifying marks or labels, ...

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