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Historic Markham House 5-Light Chandelier C1911
Historic Markham House 5-Light Chandelier C1911

$5,800.00

The Markham House, built in 1911, was one of the first homes constructed in Portland, Oregon's historic Laurelhurst neighborhood. The house, which stands at one of the Laurelhurst's stately gateways, was designed as the model for other homes planned for the community. To this day, it remains one ...

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Quintessential Mission 8-Light Chandelier C1910
Quintessential Mission 8-Light Chandelier C1910

$1,850.00

If it's possible for Mission-style light fixtures to be over-the-top, this chandelier accomplishes that feat. Every aspect of this impressive light embodies the symmetrical, geometric strength of Mission design -- even the candle covers, which are typically round, have been pared off to rectangu...

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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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Mission 4-Light Japanned Copper Fixture W/etched Shades, C1915
Mission 4-Light Japanned Copper Fixture W/etched Shades, C1915

$1,350.00

A humble and hard-working classic of its day, this simple 4-arm Mission fixture hung in more homes than can be counted today, especially those ubiquitous bungalows and foursquares of the 1910s. With our different expectations for light and decor, we often tend to restore missing fixtures in old h...

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Mission 4-Light Transitional Chandelier W/ Stenciled Shades C1905
Mission 4-Light Transitional Chandelier W/ Stenciled Shades C1905

$1,400.00

Hard-working classics of their day, iconic 4-arm Mission chandeliers hung in more homes than can be counted, especially those ubiquitous bungalows and foursquares of the 1910s. While the geometric body and square-arm formation are typical elements of many Mission fixtures, this light offers a di...

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"Riveting" Arts & Crafts Brass Dome w/Slag Glass, C1908
"Riveting" Arts & Crafts Brass Dome w/Slag Glass, C1908

$5,750.00

The first decade of the 20th century saw the dual rise of two trends - Arts & Crafts lighting, and the dining room "dome" chandelier. This rare, beautifully patinated, all original, and exceedingly well-preserved example captures the bold spirit and rustic look that characterized the earliest...

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Mission Gas/Electric Fixture W/Wheel-Cut Shades, C1915
Mission Gas/Electric Fixture W/Wheel-Cut Shades, C1915

$975.00

A humble and hard-working classic of its day, this simple Gas/Electric Mission fixture hung in more homes than can be counted today, especially those ubiquitous bungalows and foursquares of the 1910s. With our different expectations for light and decor, we often tend to restore missing fixtures i...

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Unusual Arts & Crafts Chandelier W/ Green Art Glass C1910
Unusual Arts & Crafts Chandelier W/ Green Art Glass C1910

$2,450.00

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 a wonderfully faceted spindle body, As...

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