Being offered is a beautiful brass gas hall lamp, Circa 1880. The lamp is in great condition. It has a previously polished and lacquered surface, has been rewired and comes with a new mounting bar, it is ready to be installed. The lamp has a four candle cluster socket for four candelabra base bulbs.
The lamp has a four sided square body which houses the candle sockets. The glass panels are beveled, all in good condition except for one which has a broken edge near the lower corner on one side, about 3/8" long, it is not very noticeable and does not distract from the piece. The 11th photograph shows the cracked edge.
The base of the lamp has a beautiful filigree pattern and its original gas key along with nice Aesthetic movement detailing along the top and bottom frame. This is a heavy well made period fixture.
The hall lamp has a 40" drop. The bottom base is 8 1/2" x 8 1/2" x 12" tall.
A great hall lamp perfect for your historic home or house museum.
Because the glass panels cannot be removed from the chandelier without completely disassembling the fixture and the wiring, I will not ship the item because it is highly likely that the glass panels will crack. The item will require a shipper or pickup in Brooklyn NY. I can deliver the fixture within 200 miles of NYC for a small fee.
Inquires are welcome and encouraged via email or phone call.
Brass Hall Gas Lamp with Cut Glass Panels and Filigree Base, Circa 1880
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