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Art Deco Hi-Glo Pendant by Sears w/ Iridescent Shade c1934 Item # R4139
Distributed by Sears in the 1930's, this chain pendant was part of a comprehensive line of lighting for stores, schools and public halls known as "Hi-Glo." The shade-holder, finished in brushed steel, is mimicked by the canopy, both resembling tiered Ziggurat temples. Sears called the tiered shape their "Modernistic" style (now known as Art Deco) and promised that the fixtures were of a "striking new design with thoroughly modern lines now so much in vogue."
While the fixture itself is quite captivating, the real star of the show is the textured blue iridescent globe shade. When illuminated, the shade appears to be a soft white, but in actuality the shade is a very pale blue. The texture allows the light to be maximized, with the faceted surface refracting the glow around the room.
- Historical Style: Art Moderne
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