Captivating 3-Drop Semi-Indirect Bowl Chandelier, c1915 Item # R2054
Semi-indirect bowl chandeliers - partially lighting the room by reflecting light off the ceiling and partially through downward diffusion from the glass bowl - were popular in dining rooms of most every style of house between about 1910 and the early 1920s. This variation is especially charming with its three supplemental "shower" drops (showering wonderful light on the table top) and the absolutely outstanding set of matching molded satin opal shades, hand-decorated with floral clusters and blue-tinted accents.
Condition notes: The canopy is lightly dented at the ceiling (character) and one lower shade is a little rough along the bottom, although is not noticeable once installed.
- Notes: The canopy is somewhat dented at the top.
- One shade is rough along the bottom, although is not noticeable once installed.
- Historical Style: Colonial Revival
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