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Unusual Bead-Chain Fixture W/ Steel Shade and Prismatic Lens C1945
Unusual Bead-Chain Fixture W/ Steel Shade and Prismatic Lens C1945

$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. This example features a stamp...

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Transitional Mid-Century Entry Way Hoop Light C1958
Transitional Mid-Century Entry Way Hoop Light C1958

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$235.00

Entryway lights don't get much sweeter than this one, which we present to you in brass-toned aluminum, with a pressed cup shade and Mid-Century-style-Colonial Revival design elements. Intended for use in an entryway, it could also live in a stairwell, pantry, hall or other smaller, less formal s...

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Pressed and Tiered Bead-Chain Fixture C1940
Pressed and Tiered Bead-Chain Fixture C1940

$285.00

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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Pressed Peach and Clear Glass Bead-Chain Fixture C1940
Pressed Peach and Clear Glass 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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Center-Post Fixture w/Art Nouveau Inspired Details, c1940s
Center-Post Fixture w/Art Nouveau Inspired Details, c1940s

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$380.00

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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Pale Gold Fixture Base with Etched and Pressed Glass Shade C1935
Pale Gold Fixture Base with Etched and Pressed Glass Shade 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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