Early Art Deco Chandelier
Art Deco style chandelier with cut glass center and milkglass shades.
18"W x 12"H, 35" overall with chain and canopy.
Early 1900's Cast Chandelier
Early 1900's Cast metal 3 light chandelier Beautiful three arm cast chandelier with original Finish, beautiful patina! Rewired with new candle sleeves.
10"W x 12"H, 29" overall with chain and ceiling plate
Pulled Feather Artglass Pendant
This is a gorgeous hand blown pulled feather pendant. Signed and marked 79 but I can't make out the signature ?Feldman?
1930's Slip Shade
This fixture was produced in the 1920's or 30's by the Markel Electric Company. Right out of the "Great Gadsby" Art Deco era!
14" W x 16" H, 32" overall from ceiling to bottom
Gothic Revival Chandelier
This is an awesome chandelier from the 20's or 30's! Cast metal with original polychrome finish and nice bare bulb beauty rings. Didn't see any manufacturers mark but could be Moe Bridges or Hi-Glo or one of the other manufacturers of the time. It has that Gothic revival or Spanish influence that was popular in the Late 1920's and early 1930's. New wiring with porcelain sockets.
20"W x 18"H about 34" overall with canopy and chain Chain can be lengthened.
Late 1800's Suspended Bowl Chandelier
Approximately 15"W x 25"H, glass bowl dimensions 15" x 7" New wiring Some scuff marks on glass metal parts as found and appear to be panted steel.
Unique Western Style Chandelier
Unique Western Style Chandelier from the Double H, Hole in the Wall Gang Ranch in Upstate New York. This piece is probably from the original Ranch built in 1939 as the Hidden Valley Dude Ranch by Earl Thomas Woodward, affectionately known as the "Baron of Bolton." he opened the Hidden Valley Dude Ranch in 1939 on the former Howe farm sugarbush, bordering on Lake Vanare. In 1991, entrepreneur Charley Wood purchased the 320-acre Hidden Valley Ranch property with the intention of expanding the original concept of the Hole in the Wall Gang Camp to his beloved Adirondacks. Mr. Wood, a long-time supporter of the arts and medicine, drew his inspiration from the Connecticut camp started by Mr. Newman in 1988, and enlisted Mr. Newman's support to help create the Double H Ranch. I acquired this fixture from an elderly collector from Lake Luzerne, NY. It has all new wiring and sockets with the original finish. The glass is what was in it when I got it but I do not believe it to be original.
18"W x ~16"H and about 32" overall with chain and canopy.