A wonderful antique flush mount lantern in copper, dating from the 1940s, and found in a home in Franklin, TN. The lantern begins with an understated canopy atop a sloped lantern roof. The hexagonal lantern body below features arches with radial detailing on all six sides; textural, clear glass panes perch behind each panel. This flush-mount light fixture is in excellent condition with a nicely aged patina; the lantern has been professionally rewired and comes with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. The light fixture measures 4-5/8" wide and approx. 8-1/4” tall.
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