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Incredible & Rare Rococo Gasolier with Green Man Motif Item # R4162
Original chandeliers from before the Civil War era are so uncommon that many folks aren’t even tuned in to what such fixtures would have looked like. While we can't say for certain, this truly wonderful early gas fixture is similar to other examples we've seen by Archer & Warner, a venerable American lighting company from Philadelphia, and one of the first to manufacture gas chandeliers. The grapevine motif is frequently seen on their fixtures from this period, and perfectly sets off the gorgeous figural castings of the Green Man, arranged around the body of the fixture. To compliment this exceptional gasolier, we've paired it with a rare set of deep-etched shades from the period.
Lighting historians take note: this fixture has a vast majority of original parts (the canopy is an antique replacement), down to the 2 5/8" shadeholders, which may seem a minor detail, but they are almost impossible to find now, 166 years after they were made.
- Historical Style: Rococo Revival
- Bulbs not included.
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Incredible & Rare Rococo Gasolier with Green Man Motif