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 Massive Arts & Crafts Entry Lantern W/ Art Glass C1910
Massive Arts & Crafts Entry Lantern W/ Art Glass C1910

$1,250.00

While interior Arts & Crafts lighting enjoyed its greatest vogue from 1900 to 1915, the wrought iron porch light is always in style. It's hard to imagine a more iconic Arts & Crafts lantern than this substantially sized specimen. The four-sided shade is populated with beautiful caramel ar...

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Mission Fold-Up Single Pole Pendant by Beardslee, c1915
Mission Fold-Up Single Pole Pendant by Beardslee, c1915

$840.00

This antique chandelier is a bit of an oddity – a quick-change artist, if you will. At first glance, it looks like a classic expression of Mission style, with its substantial body and clean angularity. But then: the arms fold! Why, we can't know for sure, but we speculate the light may have been ...

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

$360.00

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 is populated with beautiful caramel colored glass (recently replaced), which hang...

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Mission 2-Light Fixture W/Wheel-Cut Shades, C1915
Mission 2-Light Fixture W/Wheel-Cut Shades, C1915

$425.00

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 1910s. With our different expectations for light and decor, we often tend to restore missing fixtures in old h...

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Pipe Pendant W/Lovely Etched Nouveau Shade, C1910
Pipe Pendant W/Lovely Etched Nouveau Shade, C1910

$275.00

A simple pipe-stem pendant with a period brass canopy suspends an older socket shell with a clamp-on shadeholder to create a classic early-20th-century look and a fixture that will add character to many different settings, old or new. Perhaps the real star of the show though is the elegant antiqu...

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Classical Revival 2-Light Bar Pendent C1910
Classical Revival 2-Light Bar Pendent C1910

$360.00

At first glance, this fixture appears to be in the Mission style - but look more closely. Both the canopy and spreader bar feature the calling-card symmetrical geometric massing of the Classical Revival. Perfect for those hybrid Craftsman/Colonial foursquares of the early 20th century, this fix...

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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

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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Arresting Cast Iron Mission Dome w/Caramel Glass, c1908
Arresting Cast Iron Mission Dome w/Caramel Glass, c1908

Original Price $980.00

$784.00

Bold and heavy in its unusual details, this striking Mission dome fixture utilizes a series of repeated open-work castings to create a very graphic and eye-catching centerpiece for over a dining room table. The black finish on the iron frame is original. New chain, which alternates between diamo...

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Transitional Mission 2-Light Chandelier w/Faux Leaded Shades, c1910
Transitional Mission 2-Light Chandelier w/Faux Leaded Shades, c1910

$380.00

Transitional Mission fixtures incorporated more curves and softer detailing that helped them feel at home in houses that blended Arts & Crafts influences with the concurrent popularity of Colonial and Classic Revival decorating trends – a stylistic mix that was much more typical than pure Art...

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