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

Was $1450

$1,150.00

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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Arts & Crafts Lantern Pendant C1910
Arts & Crafts Lantern Pendant C1910

$875.00

While interior Craftsman lighting enjoyed its greatest vogue from 1900 to 1915, the Arts & Crafts porch lantern is always in style and it's hard to imagine a more charming A&C lantern than this specimen. The cylindrical shade is made of textured, frosted glass, and is protected by a hands...

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Mission Style Pipe Pendant Lantern c1920
Mission Style Pipe Pendant Lantern c1920

$475.00

It's hard to imagine a more traditional Mission/Revival lantern than this specimen. The four-sided shade is populated with beautiful original caramel glass, which hangs in a simple, yet elegant, geometric steel frame. Whether you have a 1940's Cape Cod or a mid-century ranch house, you'll feel r...

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

$475.00

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 sweeter Mission lantern than this specimen. The four-sided shade is populated with beautiful caramel colored glass, which hangs in a simple, yet elega...

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Transitional Mission Chandelier w/Faux Leaded Shades c1910
Transitional Mission 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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