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Art Deco 17" Long Skyscraper Opal Shade

  • $210
  • In periods of urban growth after the turn of the century, architects were reaching for higher and higher peaks.

    Two of their tall examples were the Chrysler and Empire State buildings, whose stair-step effect became a bold Art Deco design that was also reflected in the lighting and hardware of the time. But the fact was, the higher these skyscrapers got, the bigger their lighting needed to be.

    At 17-1/2" high, this is a large glass shade that needs a large space. It looks best when used in multiples on pendants like the Hollywood or Liberty.

    • Glass
    • 6in fitter
    • Mouth Blown in USA