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While we celebrate Thomas Jefferson as an architect of American freedom, he also possessed a passion for design that he applied to ambitious projects, such as his beloved Monticello estate and the nearby University of Virginia. Jefferson’s neoclassic sensibility took a sensual turn as Ambassador to France, where he was enthralled by the aesthetic splendors of Paris. Our Jefferson collection captures both the flourish of French-inspired design and the uncluttered freshness of new-world style. Curvaceous arms join teardrop balusters, inspired by the gilded iron gates surrounding the palatial Château de Versailles. Shapely bobeches recall the many fountains of Paris, while acorn finials add the classical touch so prized by the Founding Father.
Warm light glows within Aurora’s internally
frosted blocks of pressed glass. These sculpted cubes form an attractive textural counterpoint to the sconce’s smooth metalwork. A gorgeous accent piece, Aurora showcases the beautiful potential of clean design. Socket Ring Shade Attachment Glass/Shade Color: Frosted ...
Finial Shade Attachment Carson Old Bronze
One Light Wall Sconce Nautical bulkhead lighting met two critical requirements: it deflected water from its surface, and it shielded glass from the hustle and bustle of ship life. Constructed from heavy metal castings and thickly pressed ...
While we celebrate Thomas Jefferson as
an architect of American freedom, he also possessed a passion for design that he applied to ambitious projects, such as his beloved Monticello estate and the nearby University of Virginia. Jefferson’s neoclassic sensibility took a sensual turn ...