This is an Arts and Crafts copper light fixture, circa 1910, that was probably originally used as a hall light, entry way light or porch light. It is hexagonal in design, 7" diameter, with 3 1/2" on each of the 6 sides. It hangs 22" from the ceiling and would work well in a 9 to 10 foot ceiling height. The length can be extended but not shortened. The panels are frosted amber textured glass; the bottom lid is hinged so that the light bulb can be easily changed. There is a porcelain socket so a higher wattage bulb can be accommodated. There is a very similar flush mounted copper light fixture also in our store. Exact shipping costs are calculated at purchase.
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Quality Antique American Lights: Arts/Crafts; Deco; Gothic; Neoclassic; Spanish Revival; Victorian.
Sherlock specializes in restored antique American lighting: ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, floor and table lamps, sconces.