This is a circa 1910 solid brass transitional fixture with gorgeous etched and iridescent Art Noveau style glass shades with a tapered shape and wide ruffled bottom edge. The brass pan fixture has Sheffield style details in the body fluting. The unusual drop arms have a beautiful Art Nouveau curving shape and the central longer drop arm is very unusual and elegant. These fixtures are ideal for use in dining rooms, foyers, parlors or staircase landings to add the perfect period detail to your restoration project. This fixture is rewired and is ready to install.
Dimensions of this fixture are: 35" drop x 12" diameter base.
This light fixture is in good condition with no major flaws and the original finish is in excellent condition. 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.