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Art Deco Chicago Close Ceiling Light (173-ZN-MCC)
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Shade Options:
Ceiling Light Only - NO SHADE
Ceiling Light with Pictured Frosted Shade
Ceiling Light with Pictured Amber Shade
Art Deco Chicago Close Ceiling Light (173-ZN-MCC)
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173-ZN-MCC  Chicago Series Art Deco Single Close Ceiling Light Only - NO SHADE

173-MCC-0319  Frosted Shade Option Chicago Series Semi Flush Mount Ceiling Light

173-MCC-0319A  Amber Shade Option Chicago Series Short Ceiling Lighting Fixture

The best term to describe this series is simply:  “Screaming Deco“, since that really is what every nuance and every square inch of design says.  Covered completely with deco design and pictured with one of the most deco designed shades made in America, we just have to say…“Screaming!!”.  These fixtures are all substantial, with a great dark/light pewter contrast.

Pictured with both a frosted 0319G shade and an amber 0319AMG shade.  Just could not resist taking a picture without the shade since the metal fixture itself is just so nice indeed.

Shades are sold separately, in case an antique shade or other 2¼" fitter shade is planned for use.  Option to purchase the light as pictured, in choice of amber or frosted shade, is given in the menu above.


Height:  8 ½" with the pictured shade.

Diameter:  8"

Fitter Size:  2 ¼"

Pictured here also are several of the matching Chicago Series lights, including a single wall sconce, double sconce, double close ceiling light, and 5-light close ceiling chandelier.

The socket can handle up to 100 watt incandescent bulb, or purchase our optional LED to maximize your energy savings.  Makes running the light all night long, perhaps as a nite lite, very economical indeed and cool to the shade as well.