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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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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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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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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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Colonial Revival 3-Light Drop Pan Fixture "Drapery" Shades, C1925
Colonial Revival 3-Light Drop Pan Fixture "Drapery" Shades, C1925

$525.00

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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Unusual 5-Light Chandelier W/Decorated Shades, C1920
Unusual 5-Light Chandelier W/Decorated Shades, C1920

$860.00

With its distinctively proportioned and rather compact central body, this 5-light chandelier offers a look that is quite different from the more common "pan lights" of its era. Paired with elegant tinted and hand-painted shades and rich with subtle details that set it apart, this fixture is a uni...

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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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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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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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