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Classical Revival 2-Light Pan Fixture w/Pressed Glass Shades, c1922

Item #R3123

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Description

The 1920s saw the convergence of two popular trends – the Colonial Revival and the stamped pan light. Combined in countless ways, Colonial pan lights were ubiquitous in all types of houses – from bungalows to foursquares to Dutch Colonials – yet they always felt right at home with their clean lines, restrained detailing, and casually formal character.

Small two-light oval flush pans like this example were "bread-and-butter" fixtures suitable for a wide range of rooms. The Colonial Revival borrowed heavily from Classical Revival motifs like the egg-and-dart pattern on the pan on this fixture and its coordinating ribbon-and-reed shade holders with pressed glass shades. It might have hung in an entry, a stairway, a breakfast nook, or a bedroom.

Price $325.00

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Product Specifications

  • Finish: New Brushed Brass
  • Height: 24"
  • Canopy Length: 14"
  • Canopy Width: 7"
  • Sockets: (2) 60W
  • Fitter Size: 2-1/4"

Notes

  • Historical Style: Classical Revival

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