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The early electric period, when fixtures showed close kinship to the gas lamps they replaced, coincided with a revival of the architecture that predated the American Revolution. The dentil cornices that ring Richmond’s shade tops evoke the trim-work of an 18th century Virginia manor house, while the vented glass and strong metal tubing are a legacy of the fixture’s gas lamp predecessors
The circular nose of a 19th
century locomotive lends inspiration to Milton’s decorative backplate. Smooth metal rails support intricately tooled lamps, which we cap with opal glass shades. The shades are pressed to resemble pleated fabric and trimmed with contrast metal piping. Milton’s ...
Strong and handsome, the Windham collection
showcases the timeless appeal of classical styling. Mouth blown opal glass canisters mount to cast metal socket holders, replete with crisply turned steps and finely etched dentil knurling. Subtle knurling appears again on Windham’s circular backplate, reinforcing ...
Octagonal glass shades pair well with
the strong vintage characteristics of Bradford’s turn of the century metalwork. The angular geometry of the opal glass shades complements the diamond pattern knurling on the cast socket holder. Tubular construction and ball transitions recall the sturdy ...