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simple…beautiful…illumination…

Thank you for previewing this fixture...If you like what you see but maybe want to customize it in some way just ask.

Exposed socket design dates back to the early 1900's. When simple pendant lighting was the norm and wall switches were well....not invented yet. I love using a keyed (turn knob or pull chain) style socket with a lot of my designs. It harkens back to an earlier time when things were simple and beautiful. Using this exposed socket design allows me to create a feel that will fit in all styles of living while giving a nod to a time gone by.

To me much of the timeless beauty of a quality fixture has to do with the look, feel and quality of the wire used in its design. Back in the early 1900’s Silk and cotton were commonly used to braid wire. The wire I use is a reproduction of this beautiful period wiring made right here in the USA.

** About this particular shade… This is vintage mercury glass - or X-Ray glass as it is sometimes referred to. If your not familiar with this style glass...you should be...as it likely lit up display windows of the old department stores we all grew up shopping in. You can see the inside is a mirrored finish that back in the day (and still does) helps illuminate a lower wattage bulb to a larger area. This style glass is getting increasingly hard to find but it so very great as a display style pendant.

NOTE: This is vintage glass and wear and tear should be expected. The photos detail the wear and tear well. Wear and tear could include fading, paint splatter, finish inconsistencies etc.

** This piece is being sold with a hand finished sectional down rod system in antique brass.

** This listing is for One (1) custom interior lighting fixture.

Fixture Details:
Style = Pendant
Ceiling Canopy= Antique Brass
Down Rod - Sectional - Total length sold is 18" - more may be purchased
Socket = Antique Brass
Socket Specs (maximum) = 250w/250v - Threaded for standard (E26) medium base bulbs
Bulb Max Recommended Wattage = 100 watt
Shade Holder = Antique Brass
Shade = Vintage Mercury Glass
Fixture Dimensions = Shade is approx 8” in wide at bottom by approx 5" high
Mounting Hardware Included= Crossbar, canopy mounting nuts and bolts, wire nuts
Installation Instructions = Included
Bulb = NOT Included


** SHIPPING RATE NOTE ** - I typically ship using either USPS Priority OR USPS Ground depending on the package size and shipping zone to keep your shipping cost reasonable. If you would prefer an accurate quote prior to purchase just ask! I am happy to arrange shipping to fit your needs.

**NEED IT FAST??** - IF you need your piece expedited faster, please contact me so I can see what the current order lead time is and assess if your order can be expedited.

Industrial Lighting with Vintage Mercury Glass Shade in Warm Gold and Custom Down Rod with Swivel

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: glass, wire, brass, ceiling canopy, xray glass, mercury glass, mirrored glass
  • Made to order
  • Feedback: 246 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Pennsylvania, United States
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