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Traditional Lantern Sconce with Frosted Panels

  • Only One Available
No Longer Available
  • Circa 1940

    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

    • Historical Style: Traditional
    • Fully restored and rewired in our Portland, Oregon Antiques & Vintage shop

    Product Specifications

    • Condition Notes: Rewired with new socket. Glass sandblasted. Refinished in OB. See photos for details.
    • Bulbs not included