Here is a very authentic unique light from the Deco era, circa 1920-40. Every element of it has a nautical motif. Cannot get a more marine motif light than this one that serves many special circumstances.
This is NOT a sheet-metal tinny light. Every part of this light is a brass casting with second machine operations. Being quality made, the frame alone approaches 4 pounds in weight (casting weights do vary slightly). Add our 0625G nautical shade which also weighs in a 4 pounds of glass and the resulting fixture is a substantial quality 8 pounds.
If you would, take a minute to check out the uniqueness of the 0625G shade. It took us over 10 months to make the dies with several revisions and improvements. We wanted it beautiful. Note that there are three images surrounding the shade. A lighthouse; an anchor; and a sailing ship. On the bottom there is a compass with the mirror-image directions highlighted in red. Add to these the twisting sea rope borders and the design is so nautical marine.
Picture the possible applications...small bedroom; office; bar; sports room; bathroom; or anywhere there is a mounted fish on the wall, seaside location or even great for a fish restaurant. Just plain neat!
Yes, the shade 0625G can be purchased by itself if so desired. It has a 3/8” (10mm) center hole to pass 1/8IPS lamp thread.
Height: 10” overall height from the ceiling to the bottom of the anchor finial.
Diameter: The compass ceiling canopy is 11” diameter from "E" to "W" and "N" to "S". The 0625G glass bowl has a 10” diameter.
Wattage: Two porcelain sockets allow a 200 watts of lighting.