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Vintage

Hollywood Regency Pendants, Pair

nihil novi

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Hollywood Regency Pendants, Pair
Hollywood Regency Pendants, Pair
Hollywood Regency Pendants, Pair
Hollywood Regency Pendants, Pair
Hollywood Regency Pendants, Pair
Hollywood Regency Pendants, Pair
Hollywood Regency Pendants, Pair
Hollywood Regency Pendants, Pair

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Very Good; light wear, one ceramic socket is broken but working
Country of Origin:
USA
Style:
Hollywood Regency
Materials:
glass/metal
Size:
5" W x 21" H
Color/Finish:
white/gold

Why We Love This

Pair of Hollywood Regency-style pendant lights with white ribbed glass shades and white and gold metal accents. Wired and in working condition. 58"L chain included for each pendant. One pendant has a broken ceramic socket exterior, but the interior aluminum is still in perfect condition and working.
As described by nihil novi

About nihil novi

Italian born Domenica Grande grew up with the beauty of decors that mix and match pieces and esthetics of different eras. As an interior designer, she carried on that tradition while working on projects in stately Roman villas. Now in Miami, Grande is the owner of Nihil Novi, Latin for "nothing new," and is known for incorporating vintage objects and furnishings into contemporary interiors.