Mission Pole Pendant with Iridized Amber Carnival Shade, c1917 Item # R2587
Defined by angular profiles, careful craft, and minimal ornamentation, Mission style was the antidote to Victorian excess. This antique pendant is a prime example, comprised simply of a squared-off pole and amber art-glass shade. The shade is marked Nuart, a label from Ohio's Imperial Glass Company, which introduced crackly "stretch" glass in 1916. This particular color was called "Amber Ice" for its lovely iridescent finish.
- Historical Style: Mission
- Note: There is a small imperfection on the glass that can be seen in the first photo.
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