Mt. Tabor

Colonial Revival Flush Ceiling Pan

Item #A2509

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The Mt. Tabor has a comfortable quality that coordinates with 1900s–1930s homes bearing Colonial Revival or Arts & Crafts influences. It'll suit most any architecture, short of a high-style Queen Anne. It was commonly found in bedrooms, living rooms, entries... any space where an unobtrusive but substantial semi-flush fixture could be paired with handsome shades.

Houses with lower ceilings will find pan fixtures fit the bill. Their understated design allows for lots of room-to-room compatibility.

Product Specifications

Light count 4"
Socket Incandescent
Switch None
Maximum fixture wattage per socket 60W
UL Listing UL Listed Damp
Canopy width 16-1/4"
Overall fixture width 17.97"
Overall fixture length 9.45"
Shade height 4"


  • 9 hand-applied finishes
  • Solid brass parts
  • Built with 3, 4, or 5 arms
  • 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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