757-TL Light Reproduction Townshend Victorian Chandelier
This attractive chandelier is perfect for a large dining or living area. It was named after Lord Townshend, the English nobleman for whom the town of Port Townsend was named.
It comes in an antique brass finish and is cast in solid brass. Not many frills for those that like simpler Victorian or Art Nouveau design. It comes in both a short and long version.
It was originally found in the Officers' Quarters at Fort Worden, where we refurbished their lights and obtained the rights to reproduce this fine unique fixture. As provided, this fixture is 44" high, but for even higher ceilings, order our extension kit .
It carries 6 sockets which can each use a 100-watt incandescent bulb.
Glass shades are sold separately. Our large acorn glass shades are shown but the light will accept any shade with a 4" fitter . The acorn shades are great for hiding "curly" or spiral CF bulbs.
For a complementary floor lamp, we offer the beautiful nautical bridge lamp, with a sailing ship motif. The twisted vertical rod would go well with the Townshend chandelier.
35" diameter. As sold, max 44" High; minimum 24" height. Can use extension kits for high ceilings.
Up to 600 Watts incandescent.