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Late Victorian Polished Brass Empire Chandelier, C1900
Late Victorian Polished Brass Empire Chandelier, C1900

$1,850.00

With the ornate cast scrolling armbacks and pierced filigree shells that define the Empire style, this early electric fixture from around the turn of the century offers generous style, light, and decorative impact. We've fitted this chandelier with four delicately frosted, blue-tinted and gently ...

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Elegantly Understated Art Nouveau Shower Fixture C1910
Elegantly Understated Art Nouveau Shower Fixture C1910

$1,850.00

Oh, the beauty of it all! We are in love with the stamped metal canopy; the twisted opalescent shades -- every detail, down to the flower-laden set screws. This fixture will require a place of prominence in your home, perhaps as the light in your living room, over your dining room table or in you...

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Astounding Gas/Electric Empire Chandelier, c1890
Astounding Gas/Electric Empire Chandelier, c1890

$18,500.00

This huge and remarkable 6x6 gas/electric combination fixture is a scrolling flight of filigreed fancy and bellowing beasties. Possibly manufactured by Bradley & Hubbard, this large fixture features exceptional castings and over-the-top detail. With the gas lights so high on the fixture, it ...

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Simple and Elegant 4-Light Empire Chandelier C1905
Simple and Elegant 4-Light Empire Chandelier C1905

$975.00

Like the branches of a willow tree, the arms of this unusual turn of the century shower chandelier have an elegant and weightless quality. Adding to that delicacy are the fine filigree appliques on each arm and the opalescent shades dangling from 28" chains. These details are the best hint we hav...

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Extremely Rare Empire 4-Light Chandelier w/Straw Opalescent Glass, c1898
Extremely Rare Empire 4-Light Chandelier w/Straw Opalescent Glass, c1898

$5,500.00

While nowhere near as elaborate or ornate as 1890s Empire fixtures could be, this very special example claims its own place at the ball with its elegant restraint, open spread, and gently scrolling arms. However, while there is no arguing about the beauty of this fixture’s figure, the real stars ...

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Impressive Late Victorian Japanned Copper Chandelier W/ Opal Shades C1905
Impressive Late Victorian Japanned Copper Chandelier W/ Opal Shades C1905

$1,750.00

We feel confident that this astounding japanned copper fixture can be attributed to the Beardslee Chandelier Manufacturing Company of Chicago, Illinois, but the real focus of this breath-taking ensemble is the set of opalescent shades. The smaller lights, which reach out horizontally from the cen...

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Rare Civil War-Era Gilt 2-Arm Gasolier, c1865
Rare Civil War-Era Gilt 2-Arm Gasolier, c1865

$3,000.00

Being on the west coast, we simply don't see very many early gas fixtures pass through our shop. This one, attributed to Archer & Pancoast, is one of the earliest we've offered (see its coordinating partner in a separate listing), and we've gone to great pains to do it justice. When disa...

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Rare Civil War-Era Gilt 2-Arm Gasolier, c1865
Rare Civil War-Era Gilt 2-Arm Gasolier, c1865

$3,000.00

Being on the west coast, we simply don't see very many early gas fixtures pass through our shop. This one, attributed to Archer & Pancoast, is one of the earliest we've offered (see its coordinating partner in a separate listing), and we've gone to great pains to do it justice. When disa...

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Late Victorian Empire Combination Chandelier, c1900
Late Victorian Empire Combination Chandelier, c1900

Multiple Available. Original Price $1650.00

$1,404.99

With the classic cast scrolling armbacks and pierced filigree shells that define the Empire style, this gas/electric combination fixture from around the turn of the century offers generous style, light, and decorative impact. Common to later Empire castings, this one also features a mix of brass...

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