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Evoking vintage schoolhouse glass, Petersburg features a mouth-blown glossy opal diffuser. To create this elaborate shape, a skilled artisan works molten glass into a special form called a paced mold, which is simultaneously turned by an assistant. With careful timing, the team produces a seamless piece of beautifully detailed glasswork
Thumb Screw Shade Attachment
The shapely white glass shade of this schoolhouse pendant offers a retro beauty for your décor. The old bronze fitter and stem lend a contemporary appeal to make this a great choice in lighting for your home. This fixture includes four different lengths of stems (3 inch, 6 inch, 12 inch and 18 inch) that can be used separately or in combination to achieve the desired suspension height. Also supplied with swivel for sloped ceilings.
As population swelled, early twentieth century
America saw a rapid expansion of public spaces. Savvy developers gained the edge with standout lighting designs—bright symbols of technology and progress. Showcasing a multi faceted shade of glossy, mouth blown opal triplex glass and a prismatic ...
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 ...