336-EP Art Nouveau 2 Arm Early Electric Short Hall Lighting Circa 1900
We found a lovely original early 1900s four light fixture which we really fell in love with. Being so cute and having such a short drop, we decided to recreate it as a two-arm fixture. The result: a two arm pendant, which turned lengthwise, would definitely accent a hallway or a small room...just nice! Perfect also for standard height ceiling bathrooms and bedrooms.
The only changes required were to modify the electric wireway to conform to UL code. Otherwise, it's identical to the old one in every way.
Made from zinc metal, which was one of the metals of choice of turn-of-the-century lighting. This fixture could also be retro-painted by the customer in polychrome colors, which was another finish offered during this time period.
Height: 14" overall.
Spread: 14" width from shade tip to shade tip.
Fitter Size: 2 ¼"
Wattage: Sockets will easily accept 100 watt incandescent light bulbs.
Fixture uses 2 ¼" fitter shades. Shades are sold separately. We picture 065G as a suggestion, but have many lovely 2¼" fitter shades from which to choose. This fixture would also be a great platform to show off those antique Victorian shades you may have that are sitting in storage. If you would like to order the fixture as it is pictured, we have included an option above to purchase it with the shades.