Vintage Milk Glass Dome Pendant
From the 1930s through the 1950s, the high-end Avant Garde styles took a backseat to more accessible, everyday designs, which we now consider Traditional lighting. Bead-chain and center-post fixtures with floral or thematic patterns were some of the most common forms of the day, ubiquitous in less formal parts of the home. Soft pink, yellow, peach, and pale blue tones are common, especially for pressed and patterned glass shades. The Traditional lighting we offer is carefully sourced and restored by our knowledgeable Antiques & Vintage team.
Details You'll Appreciate
- Circa 1930
- Historical Style: Traditional
- The length of this light can be customized to work for your space.
- See Dimensions below for current and shortest possible lengths.
- Once youve selected your light, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org with proof of purchase to discuss options (note that adding length to fixtures is not always possible).
- All of our antique and vintage lighting is restored in our Portland, Oregon restoration shop. Each fixture is disassembled, cleaned, rewired and tested for safety. Unless noted or clearly detailed in product photos, fixtures and shades will be free of significant chips, cracks, or functional defects. Where possible original finishes are retained and will show wear and patina commensurate with age; finish is noted with dimensions below. See photos for condition details.
- Bulbs not included.