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Pale Pink Bead Chain Fixture c1935
Pale Pink Bead Chain Fixture c1935

$265.00

We've combined a remarkable shade from our inventory of antique relics with a newly made, reproduction classic flush base. Finished in polished brass and fitted with the unusual shade, the combination packs a punch of period charm. Bead-chain shades (the glass typically hangs from three ball-ti...

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P&S Alabax Porcelain Flush Mount C1936
P&S Alabax Porcelain Flush Mount C1936

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$475.00

The Pass & Seymour Inc. line of Alabax lighting promised a fixture that would not tarnish, rust or stain -- because it was made entirely of porcelain. These stark and utilitarian flush mount fixtures have a wonderful modern shape that, finished with a bright glaze, emits as much light as any ...

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Classic Schoolhouse Flush w/ Ringed Conical Shade c1935
Classic Schoolhouse Flush w/ Ringed Conical Shade c1935

$265.00

The pendant or semi-flush lights often called "schoolhouse fixtures" are defined by their large white (or "opal") diffusing glass shades and simple designs. These fixtures first rose to popularity around 1920 and were common well into the 1950s. They were certainly found in schoolhouses, but were...

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Classic Bead Chain Fixture w/ Sunset Shade c1935
Classic Bead Chain Fixture w/ Sunset Shade c1935

$265.00

We've combined a remarkable shade from our inventory of antique relics with a newly made, reproduction classic flush base. Finished in polished brass and fitted with the unusual shade, the combination packs a punch of period charm. Bead-chain shades (the glass typically hangs from three ball-ti...

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Simple Bead Chain w/ Red Fixture c1940
Simple Bead Chain w/ Red Fixture c1940

$265.00

We've combined a remarkable shade from our inventory of antique relics with a newly made, reproduction classic flush base. Finished in matte red fitted with the unusual shade, the combination packs a punch of period charm. Bead-chain shades (the glass typically hangs from three ball-tipped bead...

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Petite Polychromed 2-Light Flush Mount w/ Pull Chain c1928
Petite Polychromed 2-Light Flush Mount w/ Pull Chain c1928

$265.00

With its softly rendered floral design motifs, this compact brass 2-light flush pan is a chameleon that will suit a wide range of 1920s and 1930s interiors. Most likely used in a bedroom - this type of light was common in apartments and on second floors in bungalows where the ceilings were low - ...

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Classic Faceted Entry Light w/ Hunter Green Fixture c1930
Classic Faceted Entry Light w/ Hunter Green Fixture c1930

$265.00

Mounted on a wonderful spun brass fixture with a new hunter green finish sits a uniquely shaped faceted glass shade. The dual-opacity glass, combined with the glossy fixture creates a classic and well-balanced effect. At 6" in diameter, this little period light would be ideally suited for a small...

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Sweet Center Post w/ Chrome Fixture Detail c1940
Sweet Center Post w/ Chrome Fixture Detail c1940

$265.00

Center post shades (the glass typically hangs from a threaded rod tied down by a decorative finial) were popular from around 1935 into the early 1950s. The most common sizes were small 1-light fixtures used in bedrooms and hallways, especially as replacements for older obsolete styles, The shades...

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P&S Alabax Flush Mount w/ Schoolhouse Shade 1936
P&S Alabax Flush Mount w/ Schoolhouse Shade 1936

$325.00

The Pass & Seymour Inc. line of Alabax lighting promised a fixture that would not tarnish, rust or stain -- because it was made entirely of porcelain. These stark and utilitarian flush mount fixtures were often paired with opal glass shades, like the schoolhouse-style globe shown here. In th...

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P&S Alabax Porcelain Beam Light c1941
P&S Alabax Porcelain Beam Light c1941

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$225.00

The Pass & Seymour Inc. line of Alabax lighting promised a fixture that would not tarnish, rust or stain -- because it was made entirely of porcelain. These stark and utilitarian flush mount fixtures have a wonderful modern shape that, finished with a bright glaze, emits as much light as any ...

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All Glass Center Post Fixture c1940
All Glass Center Post Fixture c1940

$300.00

Center post shades (the glass typically hangs from a threaded rod tied down by a decorative finial) were popular from around 1935 into the early 1950s. The most common sizes were small 1-light fixtures used in bedrooms and hallways, especially as replacements for older obsolete styles, The shades...

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Pale Pink Bead Chain Fixture c1935
Pale Pink Bead Chain Fixture c1935

$295.00

Bead-chain shades (the glass typically hangs from three ball-tipped bead chains) were popular from around 1935 into the early 1950s. The most common sizes were small 1-light fixtures used in bedrooms and hallways, especially as replacements for older obsolete styles, The shades are usually heavy ...

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Classic Schoolhouse Flush w/ Conical Shade c1935
Classic Schoolhouse Flush w/ Conical Shade c1935

$255.00

The pendant or semi-flush lights often called "schoolhouse fixtures" are defined by their large white (or "opal") diffusing glass shades and simple designs. These fixtures first rose to popularity around 1920 and were common well into the 1950s. They were certainly found in schoolhouses, but were...

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Simple Semi-Flush Light w/ Matte Red Fixture c1935
Simple Semi-Flush Light w/ Matte Red Fixture c1935

$295.00

The pendant or semi-flush lights often called "schoolhouse fixtures" are defined by their large white (or "opal") diffusing glass shades and simple designs. These fixtures first rose to popularity around 1920 and were common well into the 1950s. They were certainly found in schoolhouses, but were...

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Center Post Fixture w/ Pull Chain c1935
Center Post Fixture w/ Pull Chain c1935

$275.00

Center post shades (the glass typically hangs from a threaded rod tied down by a decorative finial) were popular from around 1935 into the early 1950s. The most common sizes were small 1-light fixtures used in bedrooms and hallways, especially as replacements for older obsolete styles, The shades...

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All Glass Center Post Fixture c1940
All Glass Center Post Fixture c1940

$295.00

Center post shades (the glass typically hangs from a threaded rod tied down by a decorative finial) were popular from around 1935 into the early 1950s. The most common sizes were small 1-light fixtures used in bedrooms and hallways, especially as replacements for older obsolete styles, The shades...

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All-Glass Bead Chain Fixture c1940
All-Glass Bead Chain Fixture c1940

$300.00

Bead-chain shades (the glass typically hangs from three ball-tipped bead chains) were popular from around 1935 into the early 1950s. The most common sizes were small 1-light fixtures used in bedrooms and hallways, especially as replacements for older obsolete styles, The shades are usually heavy ...

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Petite Bead Chain Fixture w/ Rope Motif c1935
Petite Bead Chain Fixture w/ Rope Motif c1935

$265.00

Bead-chain shades (the glass typically hangs from three ball-tipped bead chains) were popular from around 1935 into the early 1950s. The most common sizes were small 1-light fixtures used in bedrooms and hallways, especially as replacements for older obsolete styles, The shades are usually heavy ...

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Large Quilted Opalescent Semi-Flush Mount Fixture c1930
Large Quilted Opalescent Semi-Flush Mount Fixture c1930

$575.00

Some light but distinctive touches give this fixture an appearance that is classic yet different from run-of-the-mill flush mounts. Especially for a commercial setting, this is a rare opportunity to have a fixture that possesses simple yet eye-catching details, works well in any sized room, and t...

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Simple Semi Flush w/ Banded Opal Globe c1930s
Simple Semi Flush w/ Banded Opal Globe c1930s

$325.00

Fixtures with beautifully shaped and decorated shades were a hot trend as bolder, stronger colors swept interiors during the late 1920s and into the 1930s. Often combining Classical Revival roots and detailing with Deco and Streamline excitement, common schoolhouse-type glass shapes were enhanced...

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Frosted and Pebbled Bead Chain Fixture c1940
Frosted and Pebbled Bead Chain Fixture c1940

$265.00

Bead-chain shades (the glass typically hangs from three ball-tipped bead chains) were popular from around 1935 into the early 1950s. The most common sizes were small 1-light fixtures used in bedrooms and hallways, especially as replacements for older obsolete styles, The shades are usually heavy ...

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Classic Schoolhouse Semi-Flush w/ Domed Shade c1935
Classic Schoolhouse Semi-Flush w/ Domed Shade c1935

$250.00

The pendant or semi-flush lights often called "schoolhouse fixtures" are defined by their large white (or "opal") diffusing glass shades and simple designs. These fixtures first rose to popularity around 1920 and were common well into the 1950s. They were certainly found in schoolhouses, but were...

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Celestial Bead Chain Fixture c1940
Celestial Bead Chain Fixture c1940

$325.00

Center post shades (the glass typically hangs from a threaded rod tied down by a decorative finial) were popular from around 1935 into the early 1950s. The most common sizes were small 1-light fixtures used in bedrooms and hallways, especially as replacements for older obsolete styles, The shades...

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Pale Pink All Glass Center Post Light c1940
Pale Pink All Glass Center Post Light c1940

$295.00

Center post shades (the glass typically hangs from a threaded rod tied down by a decorative finial) were popular from around 1935 into the early 1950s. The most common sizes were small 1-light fixtures used in bedrooms and hallways, especially as replacements for older obsolete styles, The shades...

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Classic Schoolhouse Semi-Flush w/ Flared Shade c1935
Classic Schoolhouse Semi-Flush w/ Flared Shade c1935

$275.00

The pendant or semi-flush lights often called "schoolhouse fixtures" are defined by their large white (or "opal") diffusing glass shades and simple designs. These fixtures first rose to popularity around 1920 and were common well into the 1950s. They were certainly found in schoolhouses, but were...

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Large Classic Schoolhouse Semi-Flush c1935
Large Classic Schoolhouse Semi-Flush c1935

$255.00

The pendant or semi-flush lights often called "schoolhouse fixtures" are defined by their large white (or "opal") diffusing glass shades and simple designs. These fixtures first rose to popularity around 1920 and were common well into the 1950s. They were certainly found in schoolhouses, but were...

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Traditional Center Post Fixture w/ Star Motif c1935
Traditional Center Post Fixture w/ Star Motif c1935

$395.00

Center-post shades (the glass typically hangs from a center post through a hole in the shade, fixed on by a finial) were popular from around 1935 into the early 1950s. The most common sizes were small 1-light and 2-light fixtures used in bedrooms and hallways, especially as replacements for older...

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Classic Semi-Flush w/ Painted Bird Motif c1935
Classic Semi-Flush w/ Painted Bird Motif c1935

$325.00

Fixtures with beautiful painted and decorated shades were a hot trend as bolder, stronger colors swept interiors during the late 1920s and into the 1930s. Often combining Classical Revival roots and detailing with Historic Revival romance and warmth, common schoolhouse-type glass shapes were enha...

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Classic Flush Fixture W/Opal Schoolhouse Shade C1925
Classic Flush Fixture W/Opal Schoolhouse Shade C1925

$235.00

The pendant or semi-flush lights often called "schoolhouse fixtures" are defined by their large white (or "opal") diffusing glass shades and simple designs. These fixtures first rose to popularity around 1920 and were common well into the 1950s. They were certainly found in schoolhouses, but were...

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Bead-Chain Fixture w/ Blue-Tinted Dual-Opacity Shade c1940
Bead-Chain Fixture w/ Blue-Tinted Dual-Opacity Shade c1940

$295.00

Bead-chain shades (the glass typically hangs from three ball-tipped bead chains) were popular from around 1935 into the early 1950s. The most common sizes were small 1-light fixtures used in bedrooms and hallways, especially as replacements for older obsolete styles. The shades are usually heavy ...

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Classic Semi-Flush Fixture w/ Ogee Shade c1930
Classic Semi-Flush Fixture w/ Ogee Shade c1930

$250.00

The pendant or semi-flush lights often called "schoolhouse fixtures" are defined by their large white (or "opal") diffusing glass shades and simple designs. These fixtures first rose to popularity around 1920 and were common well into the 1950s. They were certainly found in schoolhouses, but were...

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Sweet and Simple Classic Entry Hoop Light C1935
Sweet and Simple Classic Entry Hoop Light C1935

$285.00

Entryway lights don't get much sweeter than this one, which we present to you in pale gold gilt, with a custard cup shade and Colonial design elements. Intended for use in an entryway, it could also live in a stairwell, pantry, hall or other smaller, less formal space.

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Classic Semi-Flush Mount W/Delicately Decorated Shade c1928
Classic Semi-Flush Mount W/Delicately Decorated Shade c1928

$365.00

Fixtures with beautiful painted and decorated shades were a hot trend as bolder, stronger colors swept interiors during the late 1920s and into the 1930s. Often combining Classical Revival roots and detailing with Historic Revival romance and warmth, common schoolhouse-type glass shapes were enha...

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Petite Semi-Flush Fixture w/ Opal Schoolhouse Shade c1930
Petite Semi-Flush Fixture w/ Opal Schoolhouse Shade c1930

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$250.00

The pendant or semi-flush lights often called "schoolhouse fixtures" are defined by their large white (or "opal") diffusing glass shades and simple designs. These fixtures first rose to popularity around 1920 and were common well into the 1950s. They were certainly found in schoolhouses, but were...

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Simple Semi-Flush Fixture w/ Classic Schoolhouse Shade c1935
Simple Semi-Flush Fixture w/ Classic Schoolhouse Shade c1935

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$250.00

The pendant or semi-flush lights often called "schoolhouse fixtures" are defined by their large white (or "opal") diffusing glass shades and simple designs. These fixtures first rose to popularity around 1920 and were common well into the 1950s. They were certainly found in schoolhouses, but were...

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