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4-Light Shower W/Tinted "Drapery" Shades, C1920
4-Light Shower W/Tinted "Drapery" Shades, C1920

$780.00

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. Simple and straightforward, showers take much of their interest from the shades they hol...

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Classic Brass Shower Fixture W/Painted Shades, C1920
Classic Brass Shower Fixture W/Painted Shades, C1920

$385.00

Typical of the simplest Colonial Revival designs of the era, this plain yet elegant shower might have hung in a small living room, and entry or a bedroom. The frosted shades have a lovely shouldered shape and feature reverse painted pink roses.

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Gold & Rust Polychrome Exposed-Bulb Accent Light, c1930
Gold & Rust Polychrome Exposed-Bulb Accent Light, c1930

$235.00

While small exposed-bulb lights like this one were common for bedrooms and hallways during the Depression era, this cast plaster example is distinguished by romantic filigree decoration and enhanced by rich rust-toned accents. The subtle polychrome finish helps set off the intricate design and gi...

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Stamped Brass Beam Light W/Ornamental Flourishes, C1925
Stamped Brass Beam Light W/Ornamental Flourishes, C1925

$225.00

Small decorative bases with a single exposed bulb like this one were called beam lights and were popular through the late 1920s and well into the Depression era for bedrooms, hallways, stairs, and other less formal rooms. This example features subtle scalloping stylized acanthus flourishes.

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Novelty Barrel Light by Gill Glass, c1938
Novelty Barrel Light by Gill Glass, c1938

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$550.00

Roll out the barrel...! The fun-loving among you will appreciate a light that's full of personality (though not, we regret to say, a 12-year bourbon). While it offered elegant and ornate fixtures, too, Gill Glass kept the tastes of the common man in mind. The company described these novelty light...

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The Centurion, c1928
The Centurion, c1928

$300.00

Go on, squint. We promise you'll be rewarded with the realization that this special light, with its amber crackle glass and stamped-brass canopy, resembles a) a gladiator, b) a character from Clash of the Titans, or c) your dad in the 1970s.

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