Late Victorian Gas/Electric-Style Chandelier

Item #A6027

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Among our turn-of-the-century hexagonal style lighting, the Curtis was a popular design from 1895 through the early 1920s, and it's suitable for many different rooms and home styles. It's a warm addition to dining rooms, living rooms, and entryways. To us, our paneled shades just look like they belong on this graceful chandelier.

This family of lighting represents the best of Victorian elegance. The contrast between hexagonal bodies and canopies, and organic scroll arms creates a timelessly robust fixture appropriate for homes of any period or style.

Product Specifications

Light count 6"
Overall length 42"
Switch None
Minimum length 31"
Up shade A6027++B7365+
Maximum fixture wattage per socket 100W
UL Listing UL Listed Dry
Canopy width 5.06"
Overall fixture width 30.46"
Shade height 4"


  • Ornamental cast brass details abound on the arms, stem, and body
  • Decorative gas keys
  • 9 hand-applied finishes
  • Solid brass parts
  • Your choice of 4, 6, or 8 lights
  • Designed for 2-1/4in. and 4in. fitter gas shades


Many gas shades are low profile, and standard bulbs can peek out the top of the shade. Consider a small, clear globe bulb, or flame-tip bulb.

For a matching sconce, see the Merrill or Gilchrist.

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