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Romance Revival 5-Light Chandelier W/ Smoke Bells C1934
Romance Revival 5-Light Chandelier W/ Smoke Bells C1934

$2,200.00

Perfect for settling into an overstuffed armchair and leaning into your favorite old-world novel, this 5-light chandelier is an adventure tale in itself, with hammer texture, dangling finials, and charming amber-tinted smoke bells over stubby candle sockets. Produced by Sears starting in 1934, t...

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Classic Moe Bridges Chandelier W/Knights Motif, c1927
Classic Moe Bridges Chandelier W/Knights Motif, c1927

$765.00

Wrought-iron inspired strap fixtures like this one were popular in the second half of the 1920s, when 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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Spanish Revival Mica Drum Shade Chandelier C1928
Spanish Revival Mica Drum Shade Chandelier C1928

$3,500.00

This magnificent hand-made wrought iron chandelier dates from the late 1920s, the height of Spanish Revival or Monterey style, and from California, the place where that style reigned supreme. It manages to put together an abundance of rather typical Historic Revival fixture modeling and details...

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Stunning Dual-Toned 5-Light Chandelier, C1925
Stunning Dual-Toned 5-Light Chandelier, C1925

$675.00

This classic late-1920s 5-light chandelier enhances its finely cast details with an antique gilt painted finish and bright brass 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 that ...

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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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Medieval Revival Banquet Hall Chandelier C1928
Medieval Revival Banquet Hall Chandelier C1928

$1,800.00

While the bold battle-axe motif makes it looks like it would have been at home in a Medieval banquet hall, this 5-light chandelier would bring character and exuberance to any contemporary space. At nearly three feet in diameter, this fixture will need to be hung in a place of prominence and pride...

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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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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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