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Fabulous Deco-Era Store Pendant W/Lens Shade, 1935
Fabulous Deco-Era Store Pendant W/Lens Shade, 1935

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$725.00

This classic Late Deco pendant features the popular combination white and clear shade common in many Depression-era stores and commercial settings. The clear pressed-glass lens on the bottom of the shade directed more direct rays downward while the opal upper glass diffused the light evenly aroun...

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2-Piece Holophane Industrial Pipe Pendant, C1930
2-Piece Holophane Industrial Pipe Pendant, C1930

$575.00

Holophane manufactured the highest quality prismatic glass shades for industrial applications in the world. This classic example would have hung in a store or warehouse, and is open on the bottom to allow light (and bugs) to fall directly out on the area below. Original steel clips hold the shade...

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"Semi-Direct" Holophane Correctalite Pendant, c1938
"Semi-Direct" Holophane Correctalite Pendant, c1938

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$675.00

From an original 1938 Holophane catalog in our archive: "The Holophane Correctalite presents the new trend - SEMI-DIRECT lighting. It is admirably suited for use in stores, offices, public building service areas, commercial display rooms, etc. Correctalite combines beauty with efficiency. The...

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Aluminum Center Post Pendant on Chain C1936
Aluminum Center Post Pendant on Chain C1936

$450.00

Center post shades 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 pressed designs with a mix of tinted or etched glass and clear...

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Antiqued Steel Schoolhouse Pendant, C1930
Antiqued Steel Schoolhouse Pendant, C1930

$325.00

Another example of the basic schoolhouse fixture in its most simple and classic form, this chain pendant has been stripped down to raw steel and given a light antiqued patina for a different, more industrial look. The pendant or semi-flush lights often called "schoolhouse fixtures" are defined b...

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Art Deco Bead-Chain Pendant with Wing Motif C1940
Art Deco Bead-Chain Pendant with Wing Motif C1940

$345.00

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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Art Deco Dual-Orbit Pendant, c1935
Art Deco Dual-Orbit Pendant, c1935

$625.00

From a galaxy far, far away (called the 1930s) comes an antique pendant with universal appeal (pun intended). On first glance, you might mistake it for a mid-century piece, so modern is its profile: the two rings of striped etched glass, the elongated opal shade, the utterly streamlined socket an...

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Unusual Semi-Indirect Black Modern Pendant, c1940
Unusual Semi-Indirect Black Modern Pendant, c1940

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$425.00

The reflector dish of this striking Streamline Moderne pendant came in to us with quite a bit of surface pitting, which is visible in the photograph. Rather than recoat the reflecting surface with a white enamel like it originally would have had (which would have emphasized these imperfections), ...

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Streamline Chrome Pendant w/Tinted Bowl Shade, c1935
Streamline Chrome Pendant w/Tinted Bowl Shade, c1935

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$425.00

Large semi-indirect Streamline pendants like this one were a common feature of late-1930s commercial and institutional interiors, both in new buildings and as replacement fixtures for obsolete chandeliers of earlier eras. The large 19" semi-opaque opal glass shade with its subtly graduated conce...

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Late Streamlined Schoolhouse Pipe Pendant, c1935
Late Streamlined Schoolhouse Pipe Pendant, c1935

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$425.00

The slightly more modern lines and original chrome-plated finish date this classic variation on the schoolhouse fixture type to post-1930, when clean, streamlined design and gleaming chrome were current (even if this basic type of fixture had been around already for more than a decade).

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