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Stunning Deco Slipper Shade Chandelier by Globe, C1935
Stunning Deco Slipper Shade Chandelier by Globe, C1935

$1,625.00

Produced by the Globe Lighting Fixture Manufacturing Co. of Brooklyn, New York, this stunning slipper shade chandelier features one of Globe's most beautiful and hard-to-find shade patterns, combining geometric and organic elements in the pressed "honey-toned" glass. Other details of note: the ce...

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Popular Sears "Fleur-De-Lis" Chandelier By Lincoln, C1932
Popular Sears "Fleur-De-Lis" Chandelier By Lincoln, C1932

$980.00

Sears said it best when they were distributing this line of lights in their Hi-Glo lighting catalogue of 1934 - "The graceful charm and rich colorings of our Fleur-De-Lis Group have made these fixtures continually popular since their introduction to Sears customers." Made for Sears by Lincoln Man...

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Transitional 5-Light Cup Chandelier by Lightolier, C1934
Transitional 5-Light Cup Chandelier by Lightolier, C1934

$950.00

With feet planted in two different style eras (Classical Revival and Art Deco), this handsome 5-light chandelier represents the 1920's transition from traditional to streamline. The classical elements are strong with this one, featuring a central fasce column and lyres stamped into the opal glass...

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 Ultra-Rare Catalonian Chandelier by Consolidated Glass Co C1927
Ultra-Rare Catalonian Chandelier by Consolidated Glass Co C1927

$4,500.00

Inspired by the 1925 l'Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et Industriels Modernes in Paris, American designer Reuben Haley set to creating a style of lighting and glassware that would transform "Art Deco" decorative arts. Working with clay and other traditionally sculptural materials, ...

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 Stunning 5-Light Candle Chandelier by Riddle C1931
Stunning 5-Light Candle Chandelier by Riddle C1931

$1,200.00

From the Edward Riddle Company's Saratoga line comes this stunning example of late Deco lighting. Marked No. 2410 in Riddle's 1931 catalog, this 5-Light Candle Chandelier features incredible polychrome, a finish that Riddle called "burnished steel and antique gold relief." The finish, while lovel...

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"Fleurette"Line Slipper-Shade Chandelier, C1934
"Fleurette"Line Slipper-Shade Chandelier, C1934

$1,175.00

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. Sears, Roebuck & Co. sold this line, inspired by French examples and featuring glass slipper shades at each light bulb – typic...

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Stunning Lightolier Stylux Slipper Fixture C1931
Stunning Lightolier Stylux Slipper Fixture C1931

$1,850.00

From Lightolier's 1931 catalog: "Only Stylux can give you shaded light that prevents glare, eye-strain, poor posture and discomfort. Interesting and unique decoration that helps new homes look better and old homes look up-to-date." While this attractive slipper chandelier seems ornate and lu...

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Slipper Shade Chandelier W/ Mica Panels C1931
Slipper Shade Chandelier W/ Mica Panels C1931

$1,150.00

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 (note the leaping dolphins, a favorite French motif) and featuring glass slipper shades at each light ...

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6- Light Sears "Fleur-De-Lis" Chandelier By Lincoln, C1934
6- Light Sears "Fleur-De-Lis" Chandelier By Lincoln, C1934

$1,500.00

Sears said it best when they were distributing this line of lights in their Hi-Glo lighting catalog of 1934 - "The graceful charm and rich colorings of our Fleur-De-Lis Group have made these fixtures continually popular since their introduction to Sears customers." Made for Sears by Lincoln Manuf...

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