Large Neoclassical Pendant

Item #A5316

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By 1900, Victorian picturesque and asymmetrical designs were being replaced by Greek and Roman columns, capitals, coffers, and pediments as interest in Neoclassical design surged. After about 1910, substantial fixtures like the Imperial were common in large homes, businesses, courthouses, and other large public buildings.

Classic Revival design was meant to mimic the ideals of ancient Greek and Roman architecture. Rather than heaping detail upon detail, these fixtures pick an element – be it the curve of an elegant shade holder or an acanthus leaf motif – and emphasize it with a simplicity of design. This focus makes them adaptable to many spaces and contexts.

Product Specifications

Overall length 48"
Switch None
Minimum length 36"
Maximum fixture wattage per socket 300W
UL Listing UL Listed Damp
Canopy width 5-1/4"
Overall fixture width 14"
Shade height 17"


  • Solid-brass parts
  • Compatible with 6" fitter shades

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