602-QJ1-SA Butterscotch Art Glass J Pattern Shades Mission Candle & Electric Chandelier
602-QJ2-SA Green Art Glass J Pattern Shades Mission Candle & Electric Chandelier
602-QJ3-SA White Art Glass J Pattern Shades Mission Candle & Electric Chandelier
Electrical supplies were not always reliable in every location of America at this time, so for about 20 years, high-end chandeliers were made with both gas and electric. An early "back-up" system! There were two main types of "up" gas fixture. One was a simple candle tube, as seen here. The other was a wide flame burner surrounded by a 4" glass shade, which appears elsewhere on this site.
The candle chandelier above is priced as illustrated, complete with the glass candle tubes, and metal shades with a choice of three glass colors, butterscotch, white, or green. Use the "Options" menu above to select your glass color.
Height: 44" tall, but can be shortened to as much as 29" by trimming the tube.
Spread: 25" (including shades)
Canopy Size: 4 ½" x 4 ½"; 3" deep.
For a longer drop (higher ceiling), use our Mission Extension Kit. For angled ceilings, use our Mission Style Vaulted Ceiling Kit.
Candle Bulbs: up to 75 watts each, or enjoy energy savings with our LED candle bulbs.
Art Glass Shades: each socket rated for up to 100 watts each. If using incandescent light bulbs, we recommend a limit of 60 watts. Try our LED bulbs to save energy.
We make many fixtures that complement this chandelier. Coordinate your glass shades for a unified effect. Since the homeowner obviously still had gas lighting, we show a gas newel post light that would light your entry or the hall at the top of the stairs, 276-PNW-GS. A charming candle sconce is 541-MGE-SA. Pan lights such as 591-DJ1-CC were fully electric, and thus could be closer to the ceiling than gas.
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