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Mouth blown schoolhouse glass and vintage cast socket holders signal the style and quality of classic American design. Our Edison collection restores the prized optic properties of heritage-crafted fixtures to your inspired décor.
In the early 1920s, exposed bulb
light fixtures were jettisoned in favor of opaque glass globes that disguised the light source. These pieces found popularity predominantly in schoolhouses, giving this style its name. Here, we start with a classic schoolhouse glass shape and ...
The bright glow of milk glass
ranks with the fresh waxed gleam of plank maple flooring and a scrubbed slate board’s chalky haze in its ability to conjure schoolhouse ambiance. Branford’s mouth blown triplex glass diffuses glare while delivering bright illumination, which accounts ...
Marrying Lambert’s glowing glass to a
smooth metal shade unites focused task lighting with soft ambient diffusion. The yin and yang balance between glass and metal creates beautiful design harmony. Cast with fine details, the globe shade’s equator line collar features square accents ...