Simple Colonial Revival Pan Fixture W/Pink Painted Shades, C1925

Item #R3659

R3659
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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.

One thing that made them great was how a simple choice of finish or shade could be the tweak that made a common Colonial Revival design come alive with a distinctive and personal look. This beautiful example has been refinished in a lovely Matte Antique, which showcases a pair of satin molded shades. The shades have been reverse-hand-painted to show off the darling floral details.

Price $360.00

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Product Specifications

  • Finish: New Matte Antique
  • Length: 43"
  • Diameter: 18"
  • Canopy Diameter: 5"
  • Sockets: (2) 60W
  • Fitter Size: 2-1/4"

Notes

  • Historical Style: Colonial Revival
  • Note: Both shadeholders have reinforced stress fractures but are stable.

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