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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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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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