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Antique Iron Chandelier

Fleur de Lex Antiques

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Product Information

Era:

Antique; 1900-1910

Condition:

Excellent

Country of Origin:

USA

Style:

Goth

Materials:

iron

Size:

15" L x 30" W x 15" H

Color/Finish:

rusty black

Why We Love This

Hand-forged wrought iron sconces from the Spadena House ("The Witch's House") in Beverly Hills. This fixture was originally powered by gas and designed as torch sconces for the house, which was built in 1921 by Hollywood art director Harry Oliver. The "chandelier," which includes six candles, has been restored and converted for use with candles.
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Why We Love This

Hand-forged wrought iron sconces from the Spadena House ("The Witch's House") in Beverly Hills. This fixture was originally powered by gas and designed as torch sconces for the house, which was built in 1921 by Hollywood art director Harry Oliver. The "chandelier," which includes six candles, has been restored and converted for use with candles.

About Fleur de Lex Antiques

Fleur De Lex Antiques expertly hand selects, then restores antiques and vintage finds using the finest quality paints, dyes, and other finishes. Our goal is to provide our discerning clientele with beautiful decor that is functional and modernized for today's lifestyle.