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Plaster Bowl Chandelier with Mirrored Reflector

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  • circa 1925

    More formal and monumental in its design, Classical Revival lighting implements common architectural forms and motifs, including the acanthus leaf, Greek key, and ogee and wave patterns.

    Projecting power and permanence, the appeal of Classical Revival design stretched across the late 1800s well into the 1930s, and encompasses variations like Beaux Arts, Neo-Classical, Rococo, and Greek Revival. While Classical Revival lighting was found widely in public buildings and formal homes, these impressive fixtures make great focal points for today's homes of any style.

    The Classical Revival lighting we offer is carefully sourced and restored by our knowledgeable Antiques & Vintage team.

    Customizable Light

    • The length of this light can be customized to work for your space. Once you've selected your light, simply email oldstuff@rejuvenation.com with proof of purchase to discuss options. Surcharges may be added.
    • Current Length: 58"
    • Shortest Possible Length: 36"

    Product Specifications

    • Condition Notes: Rewired with new socket. Wear to original painted surfaces. Some small chips in plaster. Cracked area in rim of bowl is stable and not loose. Wear to original mirrored reflector. See photos for details.
    • Bulbs not included