Small Colonial Revival Two-Light Pan

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Diminutive but bright, the Creston was seen in plenty of second-story rooms with low ceilings, and also in hallways, bathrooms, smaller entries—all evidence that size does matter (as far as lighting is concerned, anyway). Then, as now, small scale meant versatility.

Pan fixtures have a comfortable quality that coordinates with 1900s–1930s homes, regardless of architectural style. Their understated design allows for lots of room-to-room compatibility.

Product Specifications

Socket Incandescent
Switch None
Maximum fixture wattage per socket 60W
UL Listing UL Listed Damp
Canopy width 14"
Overall fixture width 16.45"
Overall fixture length 10.25"
Shade height 5"


  • 9 hand-applied finishes
  • Solid brass parts
  • Compatible with 2-1/4” fitter shades
  • Choose standard incandescent or energy-saving GU24 sockets


For a chandelier, see the Powell Valley.

For a larger pan, see the Elmwood and Mt. Tabor.

For a Craftsman pan, see the Chelsea and Argyle.

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