Low-Profile Virden "Beacon Hill" 5-Light, c1930 Item # R2056
Though marketed as Colonial Revival by J.C. Virden when introduced in 1929, the Beacon Hill series with its hammer texture and wrought-iron motifs has a much stronger Old English/Tudor feel to us. This example from the family is unique in being so low-profile - possibly a later alteration that makes it especially useful in rooms with lower ceilings.
With 5 lights, this fixture will put out a nice amount of light and hold its place visually in a good-sized living room, dining room, or even large bedroom. It would be right at home in one of the countless English, Colonial, Mediterranean or other Historic Revival houses that dotted the automobile suburbs of the 1920s and early 1930s.
- Historical Style: Historic Revival: Old English/Tudor
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