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Stunning Lightolier Stylux Slipper Fixture C1931
Stunning Lightolier Stylux Slipper Fixture C1931

$1,850.00

From Lightolier's 1931 catalog: "Only Stylux can give you shaded light that prevents glare, eye-strain, poor posture and discomfort. Interesting and unique decoration that helps new homes look better and old homes look up-to-date." While this attractive slipper chandelier seems ornate and lu...

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Decorative 3-Light Pan Fixture W/Classical Motifs, C1920
Decorative 3-Light Pan Fixture W/Classical Motifs, C1920

$825.00

Typical of so many of the popular pan lights of the 1920s, this example features three intricately molded arms with equally intricate and very rare iridized amber Verre de Soie shades etched with a lovely ribbon and wreath motif. It's likely they shades were made by Steuben Glass Works, though t...

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Slipper Shade Chandelier W/ Mica Panels C1931
Slipper Shade Chandelier W/ Mica Panels C1931

$1,150.00

Slipper-shaded lights like this antique chandelier were the hot trend from about 1930 through 1935, before Streamline style and cup-shade fixtures moved center stage. Inspired by French examples (note the leaping dolphins, a favorite French motif) and featuring glass slipper shades at each light ...

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Rustic Revival-Style 5-Light Chandelier, C1930
Rustic Revival-Style 5-Light Chandelier, C1930

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$725.00

Typical of a type of fixture common from about 1929 through the 1930s, this restored chandelier is heavily cast with faux hammer texture and other hand-wrought motifs to appear as if it just came home from ye olde smithy's forge. This light would have hung in a living room or dining room of a Rev...

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Romance Revival Semi-Flush Chandelier W/ Smoke Bells C1934
Romance Revival Semi-Flush Chandelier W/ Smoke Bells C1934

$2,250.00

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, th...

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Handsome and Hammered 5-Light Chandelier, C1937
Handsome and Hammered 5-Light Chandelier, C1937

$575.00

Chandeliers like this little beauty were perfect for small spaces and small budgets alike. The style of the fixture is mixed, playing with elements of mission, classical and Storybook design. Aside from its style, it is the texture of this piece that sets it apart: the hand of the maker (or at le...

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3-Light Sun Tan Series Heraldic Chandelier, C1935
3-Light Sun Tan Series Heraldic Chandelier, C1935

$980.00

From a 1935 Incandescent Supply catalog, on the Sun Tan Series: "This new, attractive line of Shaded Light Fixtures is in a class by itself as a creation of art - beautifully designed, nicely proportioned, very tastefully colored and, last but not least, reasonably priced!" A great mix of modern...

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6- Light Sears "Fleur-De-Lis" Chandelier By Lincoln, C1934
6- Light Sears "Fleur-De-Lis" Chandelier By Lincoln, C1934

$1,500.00

Sears said it best when they were distributing this line of lights in their Hi-Glo lighting catalog of 1934 - "The graceful charm and rich colorings of our Fleur-De-Lis Group have made these fixtures continually popular since their introduction to Sears customers." Made for Sears by Lincoln Manuf...

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Interesting Stamped Heraldic 3-Light Ceiling Pan, C1926
Interesting Stamped Heraldic 3-Light Ceiling Pan, C1926

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$375.00

Fun, pretty, and functional, this wonderful little 3-light ceiling pan radiates warmth and personality. Great for those low-ceiling second floors in classic bungalows and cottages of the 1920s, this light is distinctive for its bold shape and its warm color motif of scrolls and a heraldic crowne...

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Unusual Revival-Style  Strap Chandelier, C1925
Unusual Revival-Style Strap Chandelier, C1925

$725.00

Wrought iron strap-style fixtures with exposed globe bulbs like this one were one of the bread-and-butter fixture types of the mid-1920s. Often featuring stamped metal leaves and decorative floral accents finished in a rich polychrome like this example, such fixtures were right at home in the cou...

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Cast Pot Metal Polychromed Beam Light C1928
Cast Pot Metal Polychromed Beam Light C1928

$235.00

Gleaming with a bright and colorful character, this ornate beam light features finely cast details with the bold tones of polychrome. A fixture like this one would be right at home in one of the countless English, Mediterranean, Colonial, or other Historic Revival houses that dotted the automobil...

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Tiered Chrome 20" Late Deco Pendant C1938
Tiered Chrome 20" Late Deco Pendant C1938

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$650.00

Suspended bowl pendants have enjoyed a vogue from the early 20th century through to today, but this example perfectly reflects the style as seen through the eyes of the late Deco Moderne movement. The tiered opal shade combines comfortably with the chrome plated fixture, providing filtered ambien...

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Mid-Century Flush-Mount Fixture W/ Dual Opacity Shade C1955
Mid-Century Flush-Mount Fixture W/ Dual Opacity Shade C1955

$425.00

Mounted on an 18'' diameter brushed aluminum disc hangs a dual opacity shade, featuring a crisp, clear layer at the top, a line of Greek Key and a dipped white base ending in a faceted ring. In all, it creates a very unusual silhouette, but one that is recognizably mid-century. We can picture thi...

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Opalescent Center Post Fixture W/ Lovely Transfer Printed Shade C1950
Opalescent Center Post Fixture W/ Lovely Transfer Printed Shade C1950

$325.00

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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Copper-Toned Floral Revival-Style 5-Light Chandelier, C1929
Copper-Toned Floral Revival-Style 5-Light Chandelier, C1929

$625.00

The late-1920s saw an explosion in the popularity of decorative cast white-metal fixtures with exposed globe bulbs and rich polychrome finishes like this example. Undeniably and unabashedly decorative, this fixture enhances its finely cast details with a gilt painted finish deep blue details. Wit...

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Frosted and Etched Center-post Ceiling Light C1940s
Frosted and Etched Center-post Ceiling Light C1940s

$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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Stunning Polychrome Flush Fixture in Original Finish, C1930
Stunning Polychrome Flush Fixture in Original Finish, C1930

$725.00

"Stunning" is an adjective that's easy to attach to a wonderful fixture like this Romance Revival chandelier. While exposed-bulb fixtures were common during the Depression era, this one is from a distinctive family that differs from its more common counterparts in being cast plaster rather than p...

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Ornate Polychrome Revival-Style 5-Light Chandelier, C1929
Ornate Polychrome Revival-Style 5-Light Chandelier, C1929

$625.00

The late-1920s saw an explosion in the popularity of decorative cast white-metal fixtures with exposed globe bulbs and rich polychrome finishes like this example. Undeniably and unabashedly decorative, this fixture enhances its finely cast details with a gilt painted finish of subtle gold and red...

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Flush Ring W/Green "Stairs" Shade, C1935
Flush Ring W/Green "Stairs" Shade, C1935

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$425.00

A classic flush trim ring is simply the quiet vehicle for this Stairs shade. Though not up to current codes, shades like this one (which is printed on both sides) helped guide our parents and grandparents to the nearest staircase in case of emergencies for many years. * Historical Style: Industr...

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Unusual 2-Light Pendant by Wakefield, C1910
Unusual 2-Light Pendant by Wakefield, C1910

$465.00

Possessing just the quirky character that makes the stripped-down look of early 1900s fixtures so interesting and appealing, this 2-arm pendant does a lot with a little. A fixture as simple as this can easily slip towards being generic, which is what makes the shades we've paired with this pendan...

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

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$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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Softly Hammered Romance Revival Lantern, C1935
Softly Hammered Romance Revival Lantern, C1935

$450.00

Cast in a simplified, rustic style typical of porch fixtures from the 1930s to the 1960s, this fanciful Romance Revival sconce features exaggerated faux hammering, pie-crust edges, and textured glass. Meant to channel a medieval lantern crafted by the village smithy, it would look right at home ...

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Softly Polychromed Beam Light, C1928
Softly Polychromed Beam Light, C1928

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$210.00

Gleaming with a cool and colorful character, this ornate beam features finely cast details with the soft tones of a polychrome finish that includes lovely tinted accents and a light antiquing, combining to add richness and gentle beauty. A fixture like this one would be right at home in one of th...

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Traditional Copper Entry Lantern W/ Brass Details C1950
Traditional Copper Entry Lantern W/ Brass Details C1950

$325.00

Entryway lights don't get much sweeter than this one, which we present to you in its glorious original stamped copper. There are Mid-Century-style Colonial Revival elements at play here, highlighted by the beautiful frosted glass shade and the brass toned accents. Intended for use in an entryway...

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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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Semi-Flush Pan Light by Bradley & Hubbard, C1920
Semi-Flush Pan Light by Bradley & Hubbard, C1920

$680.00

Colonial Revival pan lights like this one were perhaps the most popular lighting style of the 1920s. Most hung on chain, but this example is a harder-to-find variation with a fixed semi-flush construction that made it ideal for rooms with lower ceilings where a little style was still desired. * ...

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Historic Revival Slipper Shade W/ British Coat of Arms C1935
Historic Revival Slipper Shade W/ British Coat of Arms C1935

$1,250.00

For the Anglophile in your life comes this dashing Historic Revival slipper shade light, complete with five shades featuring the British coat of arms. "Shaded lights" were the hot trend from about 1930 through 1935, before Streamline style and cup-shade fixtures moved center stage. Inspired by Fr...

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Elegant Smoke & Chrome Contemporary Chandelier, C1974
Elegant Smoke & Chrome Contemporary Chandelier, C1974

$850.00

Combining the classic 1970s features found in so many Contemporary-style fixtures - chrome plating, "smoke" glass, chain with a large, thin loop, and sleek, minimalist lines combined with the smoky topaz glass hinting at an era of sideburns and polyester pants suits. * Historical Style: Contempo...

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