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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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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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Handsome 4-Light Sheffield Chandelier C1910
Handsome 4-Light Sheffield Chandelier C1910

$1,100.00

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 a lovely example of Sheffield design, paired here with a ...

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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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Impressive Gilt and Polychrome 5-Light Chandelier C1925
Impressive Gilt and Polychrome 5-Light Chandelier C1925

$625.00

his classic late-1920s 5-light chandelier enhances its finely cast details with an antique gilt and polychrome painted finish, which 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 that dotted th...

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Petite Colonial Revival Brass Pan Light, c1924
Petite Colonial Revival Brass Pan Light, c1924

$565.00

The pan light was the most popular chandelier of the early 1920s, and this 3-light example sums up the spirit of the era perfectly. The subtle contrast between this fixture's decorative arms and its simple, unadorned body makes for an an elegant and understated design. The antiqued brass finish h...

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Richly Antiqued Pan Chandelier w/Painted Opal Shades, c1925
Richly Antiqued Pan Chandelier w/Painted Opal Shades, c1925

$580.00

It would be hard to overstate the popularity of pan-type fixtures like this one during the 1920s. Gracing bungalows, cottages and Cape Cods, their simple center spinnings are enhanced by decorative arms and warmly antiqued brass, The uncommon set of three matching paint-tinted shades adds color a...

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Colonial Revival Pan Light W/Tinted Tree Motif Shades, c1925
Colonial Revival Pan Light W/Tinted Tree Motif Shades, c1925

$575.00

The pan light was the most popular chandelier of the early 1920s, and this 3-light example sums up the spirit of the era perfectly. The subtle contrast between this fixture's decorative arms and its simple, unadorned body makes for an an elegant and understated design. The fixture is greatly enha...

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Colonial Revival 3-Light  Fixture w/Painted Shades, c1920
Colonial Revival 3-Light Fixture w/Painted Shades, c1920

$720.00

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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Colonial Revival Pan Chandelier W/Hand-painted Shades, C1920
Colonial Revival Pan Chandelier W/Hand-painted Shades, C1920

$580.00

Pan fixtures were quite popular in the 1910s and 1920s – quietly dignified in style, remarkably adaptable in situation. The artfully hand-painted shades feature a delicate landscape scene in pale blue and green which adds a touch of nature to this simple Colonial Revival light.

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3-Light Shower W/Boldly Painted Shades, C1920
3-Light Shower W/Boldly Painted Shades, C1920

$680.00

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 an acanthus motif. Simple and straightfo...

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Classic Drop Shower W/Hand-Painted Pressed Shades, C1925
Classic Drop Shower W/Hand-Painted Pressed Shades, C1925

$565.00

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 interesting matched set of hand-painted floral shades. This combo would make a warm accent for the right dining room or bedroom.

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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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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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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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