A striking antique Gothic Revival lantern with figural details, circa 1900, and found in a home in New Orleans, LA. The iron pendant light begins with a faux-hammered canopy, descending in chain to meet the dramatic, pointed roof below. The six sides of the lantern body below are composed of a framework of gothic arches accented with petite crowns; interspersed between the arches are bronze male and female figures in Shakespearean-era garb and various poses. Pale and textural amber glass panes peek through the arches and create a warm glow when lit. This pendant light would be suitable for either interior or exterior use. The chandelier has been professionally rewired and comes with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. The lantern body is 10-3/4” wide and 25” long; the fixture is 39-1/2” long overall.
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