An unusual antique Moorish Revival lantern in bronze, circa 1915, and found in a home in Chicago, IL. The semi-flush light begins with a hexagonal canopy, coming down in a curving balustrade section accented with a crescent moon. The six-sided lantern body below features a beautifully cast framework of stylized horseshoe arches and scrolling volute detail; panels of lightly sun-purpled granite glass perch behind each side of the lantern. This pendant light would be suitable for interior or exterior use. The chandelier has been professionally rewired and comes with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. The lantern body measures 6” wide and 18-1/2” tall.
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