A handsome antique Tudor lantern in iron and brass, dating from the 1920s, and found in a home in Springfield, IL. This pendant light begins with an understated canopy, descending in a chain to meet a loop finial within a leafy base. A cluster of six scrolling rods descend below the base to meet a pierced lower ring and form the open lantern body. Twisted bronze accents create arches between the rods; each rod is ornamented with a leafy flourish at its base. Simple wax pans perch around the perimeter of the lower ring and hold the fixture’s six lights. The fixture finishes in a bronze spike finial with foliate detailing. This light fixture is in excellent condition; it has been professionally rewired and comes with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. The pendant body is 13-1/4” wide and 36-1/2” tall, and the fixture is 50-1/4” long overall.
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