This is a circa 1910 bowl and shower fixture with wheel cut glass shades with a grape pattern. The solid brass fixture has a beautiful darkened brass patina that we have just cleaned. The shades are beautiful and signed Jefferson, one of the shades has a damaged lip fitter which is concealed when the shade is mounted into the shade holder on the fixture. The Jefferson Glass Company was located in Steubenville, OH from 1900 - 1907 and then in Follansbee WV from 1907 through the early 1930s. Jefferson Glass went through several owners and reorganizations before it closed in 1933. These fixtures are ideal for use in dining rooms, foyers, and living rooms to add the perfect period detail to your restoration project. This fixture is rewired and ready to install.
Dimensions of this fixture are: 20" wide x 28" drop.
This light fixture is in good condition with no major flaws to the finish however one of the small shades has significant damage to the lip fitter, please see the photos detailing this damage. The damage is concealed when the shade is mounted onto the fixture. It has been rewired using UL-listed sockets and wiring unless otherwise indicated. Maximum wattage if using incandescent light bulbs, please do not exceed 60 watts. If using LED or CFL bulbs you may use a higher wattage. We recommend having this light fixture installed by a licensed electrician to ensure your safety.
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This is an antique item, sold "as is". Antique or vintage items can be returned to us, they are accepted for store credit only, minus a 10% restocking fee, within 30 days of purchase.