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Victorian 3-Light Billiard Light w/Straw Opalescent Shades Item # R3475

Circa 1905


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While nowhere near as elaborate or ornate as its 1890s Empire predecessors, this very special example claims its own place at the ball with its elegant restraint, wide wing span, and gently scrolling arms. However, while there is no arguing about the beauty of this fixture’s figure, the real stars of the party are its accessories – the spectacular set of coordinated straw opalescent or Vaseline glass shades. The sweet petal-style satellites flank one of the largest bell-shades we've ever seen – am impressive 15" in diameter.

  • Historical Style: Victorian
  • Note: One armback broke and has been repaired
  • Bulbs not included.

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Victorian 3-Light Billiard Light w/Straw Opalescent Shades

Circa 1905