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Gas Mission Ceiling Pendant Hall Light Circa 1890 (280-MSG-HL)
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Gas Mission Ceiling Pendant Hall Light Circa 1890 (280-MSG-HL)

280-MSG-PL  Polished Unlacquered Brass Gaslight Reproduction Mission Ceiling Pendant Hall Light or Entry Light

280-MSG-HL  Antique Brass Finish Gaslight Reproduction Mission Ceiling Pendant Hall Light or Entry Light (pictured)

280-MSG-OB  Oil Rubbed Bronze Finish Gaslight Reproduction Mission Ceiling Pendant Hall Light or Entry Light

280-MSG-PW  Pewter Finish Gaslight Reproduction Mission Ceiling Pendant Hall Light or Entry Light

R. Williamson of Chicago has been an inspiration for many of our Mission style and Victorian lamps.  This very unusual hall light is no exception.  The antique is circa 1890, and originally burned gas, but was later converted to electricity.

Great design for a hall, entry, closet, or small room.

Measurements:

  • Height:  36" tall, but can be shortened to as little as 26".
  • Width:  15 ½"
  • Fitter Size:  4"
  • Canopy Size:  4 ½" x 4 ½"; 3" deep.

Wattage:

  • Single socket, up to 100 watts.

Fixture uses 4" fitter shades.  Shades are sold separately.  We picture 082G as a suggestion.  We offer many 4" glass shades.  Changing the shade can change the personality of the fixture.  For example, using an 063G white ribbed milk glass shade would make this light appropriate with Colonial décor.  A 0179G hand-cut lead crystal shade, pictured here also, would be an elegant transition to Arts & Crafts.

Also available are our matching table lamp, 101-MPL-SE.  A nice chandelier for dining, island or large entry is our 8-light fixture 597-SGE-CH.  We have a wide range of sconces, house hardware, switch plate covers, and furniture knobs and pulls in the Mission or Arts & Crafts style.