792-RB-NEP Lincoln Art Deco “Two in One” Slip Shade Two Light Pendant Reproduction
The Lincoln Series 9000 line of Art Deco light fixtures in the 1930's was called the “Two-in-One” line. While there were a couple of stem options for the 9000 Series, using this shade open end up, or open end down, gave it the "Two in One" title by Lincoln for its flexibility.
We offer this shade in frosted glass, amber tinted glass, or painted as the original antique shades were painted. Use the drop down menu to select the shade color:
792-RB1-NEP Frosted Glass
792-RB2-NEP Amber Glass (Pictured Above)
792-RB3-NEP Painted Glass
The painted shades have a design over a deeply molded surface. Since the shade was made in batches, colors from each "run" could, and did, vary. Add to that the changes from age, light exposure, and repeated washings, and it’s unlikely that our quality two-in-one reproductions will exactly match your antique shades. However, it might be the best available substitution in existence for antique fixtures of the 9000 Series.
There is no known 6-light chandelier in this line (that is, a chandelier with a bottom shade). Lincoln Mfg also made a companion line called "Oriental Reversible" which used a shade with an almost identical hanging method.
Look for our Two in One Sconce , Two in One Three-Light Chandelier , and Two in One Five Light Chandelier .
The two sockets can handle up to 100 watt incandescent bulb each, or purchase our optional LED Art Deco looking bulb 60-WW-E26 , each using only 7 watts and putting out about 75 watts of incandescent equivalent light. Makes running the light all night long, perhaps as a nite lite, very economical indeed and cool to the shades as well.
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Mounting canopy 5" diameter; 20 3/4" tall, 5" width, 13" length. Can be made taller with extra chain links.
Up to 200 watts incandescent.