Antique Neoclassical Lantern with Slag Glass, Early 1900’sAntique Neoclassical Lantern with Slag Glass, Early 1900’sAntique Neoclassical Lantern with Slag Glass, Early 1900’sAntique Neoclassical Lantern with Slag Glass, Early 1900’sAntique Neoclassical Lantern with Slag Glass, Early 1900’s

Wonderful antique pendant light with an amber glass, dating from the early 1900’s and found in a home in Chicago, IL. This one-light Neoclassical pendant begins with an egg and dart embellished canopy that comes down in a chain to a loop finial. Three chains descend from the loop and support each corner of the fixture. Six curved amber slag glass panels, overlaid with an intricately pierced Neoclassical motif, form the body of the lantern. This silver plate light fixture is in very good antique condition and features its nicely aged finish. The glass is also in very good condition with no cracks or breaks to the glass. The chandelier has been professionally rewired and comes with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. It measures 10-1/2, approx. 11” tall (body only), and approx. 36” long overall. A coordinating light fixture can be found under product code NC3240-RW.

Item ID: NC3244-RW

Antique Neoclassical Lantern with Slag Glass, Early 1900’s

$775 USD

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