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Peach-tinted Center-Post Fixture for Kitchen or Bath, c1940

Item #R2322

Description

Center-post shades (the glass typically hangs from a center post through a hole in the shade, fixed on by a finial) were popular from around 1935 into the early 1950s. The most common sizes were small 1-light and 2-light fixtures used in bedrooms and hallways, especially as replacements for older obsolete styles, Larger multi-light bowl chandeliers were used in dining rooms. The shades are usually heavy pressed designs with a mix of tinted or etched glass and clear decorative areas.To explore the history of bead-chain shades and fixtures, check out their story on our Blog.

Price $325.00

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Product Specifications

  • Finish: Original
  • Length 7-1/2"
  • Diameter 11-3/4"
  • Canopy Diameter 6-3/4"
  • Sockets (4) 60W

Notes

  • Historical Style: Modern: Classic Moderne

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