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Victorian

Victorian Collection (1870–1915): Sentiments swing back and forth about Victorian style. What's delightful is how the current passion for all things white, minimal, and Modernist has found counterbalance in a creative ornamentality that actually brings out fresh qualities in both.

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Drake
Drake

Artistic Pendant

$2,105.00 $1,684.00

Just like old houses, the realm of period lighting has its quirks, surprises, and charming oddities - qualifications that artistic fixtures like the Drake easily meet. But if flying bats and coiling serpents tweak our modern sensibilities, consider that these fixtures are replicas of a late 1800...

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Sunset
Sunset

Artistic Pendant

$2,220.00

The Sunset is arguably the most unique fixture we manufacture - which, once you've taken a look at our fixtures, is saying something. It sums up a lot of who we are: obsessively devoted to craft and period detail, manufacturing special pieces for special spaces. We know it's not for everyone, but...

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Plum
Plum

Victorian Rod Pendant

$250.00

The Plum is based on one of the first electric fixtures ever made. Originally manufactured in the 1880s by Sigmund Bergmann, who patented the electric socket and collaborated with Thomas Edison, the Plum was a buzz-worthy innovation in its time. In our time, it's still a conversation piece – and ...

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Kilpatrick
Kilpatrick

Classic Gas-Style Chandelier

$565.00

The Kilpatrick's clean design belies its origins as a turn-of-the-century, gas-fired light fixture. Gas-style lighting could be bulky due to thick tubing, gas keys (for controlling gas flow), and intricate designs. But this light maintains its lean profile, even in large 5-arm versions. A "ball...

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Council Crest
Council Crest

Classic Gas/Electric-Style Chandelier

$662.88

A gas/electric chandelier of the late 1800s, this classic fixture offers 4 to 8 arms, and makes a fine library, living room, and dining room light today. Gas/electric style means double the wattage. We suggest a dimmer switch to help adjust the light to suit your rooms (and moods). A “ball-brea...

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Marquam Hill
Marquam Hill

Late Victorian Electric Chandelier

$595.00

Showing appreciation for Early Victorian design in its curled arms, the Marquam Hill is a stylish, compact Late Victorian pendant. Two- or three-light versions work well in small hallways, bedrooms, entries, and breakfast nooks; the four-, five-, and six-light versions are perfect for brightening...

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Hoyt
Hoyt

Late Victorian Gas-Style Chandelier

$665.76

The Hoyt is proof that Victorian lighting can be both decorative and understated. The closest it gets to opulent detail is in its detailed cast (and inoperable) gas keys. The curve and twirl of its slender arms make it a handsome addition to living rooms, dining rooms, and entryways. Reflecting ...

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King's Hill
King's Hill

Late Victorian Gas-Style Chandelier

$1,265.00

The large yet light and open design of the King's Hill keeps the curling arms and delicate details common to gas-style lighting of the Late Victorian era visible. While most folks see this fixture and think “den” or “dining room,” we think the two or three-arm version in Brushed or Polished Nicke...

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South Shore
South Shore

Late Victorian Gas-Style Chandelier

$2,990.00

Need lighting for your grand Victorian ballroom? The South Shore, a very large, gloriously ornate Victorian chandelier from the late 19th century, is well-suited to large homes with high ceilings or to public or commercial interiors. Reflecting the late-Victorian era when electricity was still n...

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Marble Bistro Table
Marble Bistro Table

$999.00

Our Marble Top Side Table, inspired by early French and American architecture, features a marble top that adds a rustic allure. It makes for a perfect bistro table in a kitchenette. * Iron pedestal, marble top * Imported

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Hamilton Interior Door Set
Hamilton Interior Door Set

Beaux Arts Door Set

$159.00

The egg-and-dart border on the Hamilton was a popular Neoclassical pattern found on a wide variety of antique lighting, hardware, and other house parts. In addition to its finely wrought detail, this door set includes our biggest interior backplate; it looks especially arresting in elaborate Vict...

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