This is a circa 1920, cast iron flush-mounted light fixture manufactured by the Moe Bridges Company of Milwaukee. The fixture has an 8" diameter at the ceiling. It hangs 4" from the ceiling and approximately 7" to the tip of the light bulb. The iron has a pattern design and a dark patina. The fixture has been rewired and has a porcelain socket that accommodates a standard base size light bulb. It is in very good condition and is sold with the hardware necessary for installation. The price is for 1 light: 2 additional matching lights are available. This is a perfect light for lower ceiling areas. This style was commonly found in Spanish Revival, Tudor, and bungalow style homes.