873-TRR-CH Polished Brass Gaslight Reproduction Neo Grecian 3 Arm Chandelier Circa 1875
873-TRR-DK Antique Brass Finish Neo Grecian 3 Arm Chandelier
This Victorian chandelier is known as Neo-Grecian or Greek Revival style, and was popular in the last half of the 19th century. Classical images with clean lines & stylized shapes were the forerunner to Art Deco's modern lines. These circa 1875 lights have been faithfully reproduced using the Lost Wax Casting process, just like fine jewelry, to bring out the details.
Shown here in polished, unlacquered brass, we also offer custom finishes to blend with your special project or decor. To blend with an older home's hardware, select antique brass, an all hand-applied patina.
Fixture uses 4" fitter glass shades. Shades are sold separately. This light is shown with our 0175G shade, the only properly fitted crown shade being made today. Hand blown and etched, it is 5" high and approx. 8 1/2" at its widest. We offer a wide variety of 4" fitter shades from which to choose.
Pictured here also are a few fixtures we offer that complement this chandelier. A single sconce, 763-PRC-EK is suitable for covered porches and entryways, setting the tone for the rest of the home. A lovely double sconce in the Neo Grecian style is 872-TRR-ES. The sconces and the larger chandelier, 976-HRR-CH, were originally gaslight. Coordinate your shades to match for a "suite" effect.
Up to 300 Watts incandescent.