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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
Complete with a handle-shaped metal holder,
Kirkland draws inspiration from an 18th century town crier’s bell. Curved glass planes accentuate the shade’s pointed peaks. The glass shade’s clear exterior reveals depth when viewed against the translucency of the etched interior. Kirkland’s backplate echoes ...
The alluring shape of vintage lighting
is a complement to its meticulous fabrication. Sutton’s tube-shaped arms and opal glass shades draw on the strong, yet graceful style of gas-lit originals. Flourished details, like the shapely cast socket holders, reference the rich decorative legacy ...
Keswick’s combination of strength and refinement
is equally at home on the English heath or in a Soho flat. We double mount the sconces’ j-shaped arm to create a durable and appealing design. Bell-shaped glass, cast swivels, and straight-line knurling on the socket ...