A striking antique Spanish Revival lantern, dating from the early 1900s, and found in a home in Detroit, MI. This one-light pendant starts with an understated canopy coming down in chain to a simple pointed and pierced loop finial. Below, the lantern body is formed with four panes of arched, white slag glass panes; the panels are held in place with an understated brass framework. The bottom of the framework is ornamented with stylized shields, angular volutes, and grooved detailing. The light fixture is in excellent condition; it has been professionally rewired and comes with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. The glass is also in excellent condition with no cracks or breaks, just the expected fleabites around the edges. The pendant body measures 5-3/8" square, 14-1/4" tall, and 28" long overall.