This combination of solid copper fitter, chain and canopy along with a stunning amber crackle glass Art Deco shade went home with a British Columbia couple just completing restoration work on their period Vancouver home.
This lovely tasseled milk glass and brass pendant, dated 1920, made the opposite journey of the light fixture above. It was purchased in Chemainus, on Vancouver Island, and now resides on the east coast, in New Brunswick.
This huge rose bowl three chain fixture, circa 1900 was purchased by Stewart Manville on behalf of the International Percy Grainger Society as part of the restoration efforts for the original Percy Grainger home at 7 Cromwell Place, White Plains, New York. Mr. Manville, the caretaker of this famous pianist/composer home (now a museum), was a pleasure to do business with, and the cause is well worth checking out:
These exceptional foyer pendants were used commercially in their former lives. The centre shade was once part of an early streetlight, while the two metal encased slag glass pendants once graced elegant theatres. These fixtures now welcome residents and guests in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Anderson, South Carolina and Magnolia, Texas homes.
This brass entry pendant with vaseline glass shade and unusual pull switch was too irresistible for an Ontario woman to leave behind.
Three examples of brass foyer pendants with rounded, cut glass shades. These circa 1900 beauties add an elegant touch to entryways in homes as diverse as their locations, from Atlantic Canada to the Midwestern United States.
Sparkly 1930s glass centre post styles one is now in Florida, one in Victoria BC