This is a circa 1910, leaded glass pendant light fixture. The light hangs 31" from the ceiling from a brass canopy with 3 decorated brass rods. The leaded glass shade has a 13" height with a maximum 12" diameter and 6" diameter open base. The light has been rewired and has a single porcelain socket currently holding a 6 watt LED bulb (comparable to 60 watt incandescent) but a higher wattage can be used. The shade has etched clear glass with green decorations and bands of deep red. There are 3 very tight cracks in clear glass sections of the sort commonly found in over 100 year old leaded glass. Because of the etching on these areas it is not visible unless closely examined and doesn't appear on photographs. This is a lovely and unique pendant light that would be beautiful in an entry area or stairway. Exact shipping costs are calculated at purchase.
Victorian Leaded Glass Pendant Light