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W.B. Brown Light Oak Mission Dome Fixture w/Art Glass & Fringe, c1912
W.B. Brown Light Oak Mission Dome Fixture w/Art Glass & Fringe, c1912

$1,450.00 Sale $1,160.00

W.B. Brown of Bluffton, Indiana was a famous and prolific manufacturer of solid wood light fixtures in the Arts & Crafts style during the first couple of decades of the 20th century, with designs that often featured Brown’s unique patented wooden chain. This unmarked example sports two colors...

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"Riveting" Arts & Crafts Brass Dome w/Slag Glass, C1908
"Riveting" Arts & Crafts Brass Dome w/Slag Glass, C1908

$5,750.00 Sale $4,600.00

The first decade of the 20th century saw the dual rise of two trends - Arts & Crafts lighting, and the dining room "dome" chandelier. This rare, beautifully patinated, all original, and exceedingly well-preserved example captures the bold spirit and rustic look that characterized the earliest...

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Stunning Arts & Crafts Scroll Pendant W/ Quezal Shade C1910
Stunning Arts & Crafts Scroll Pendant W/ Quezal Shade C1910

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$475.00 Sale $380.00

Not that it needs it, but this incredible Arts & Crafts scoll pendant is elevated even higher by the addition of a Quezal gold aurene shade. The shade is marked and carries with it the unmistakable quality and luminescence of the New York-based Art Glass company's product. This stunning penda...

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Mission 2-Light Copper Fixture W/Wheel-Cut Shades, C1900
Mission 2-Light Copper Fixture W/Wheel-Cut Shades, C1900

$675.00 Sale $540.00

A humble and hard-working classic of its day, this simple 2-arm Mission fixture hung in more homes than can be counted today, especially those ubiquitous bungalows and foursquares of the early 1900s. This example likely dates from the late 1890s, but was electrified shortly thereafter with the ad...

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Mission Entry Lantern w/ Original Art Glass C1910
Mission Entry Lantern w/ Original Art Glass C1910

$675.00 Sale $540.00

While interior Mission lighting enjoyed its greatest vogue from 1900 to 1915, the Mission porch lantern is always in style. It's hard to imagine a more iconic Mission lantern than this specimen. The four-sided shade features stunning original slag glass, which hangs in a simple, yet elegant, geom...

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