Rustically Romantic Virden "Beacon Hill" Chandelier, c1929 Item # R0725
One of our favorite Revival-style families, the Beacon Hill Line was introduced by J.C. Virden of Cleveland, Ohio in 1929, and touted as being "designed and executed in accord with the best in early American tradition." This low-ceiling Model 925 chandelier retains its original "forged iron with old brass finish" and features the line's signature curling-leaf finial and chain medallions. It cost $9.75 in 1929.
For a matching Beacon Hill beam light, see R0727
- Length 15"
- Diameter 19"
- Canopy Diameter 5-1/2"
- Sockets 5 60W
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