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wakefield mission chandeliers

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wakefield mission chandeliers

from 750.00

1910 mission chandeliers from F.W.Wakefield Co. with original frosted glass shades. 

two-arm: 24" width x 4.5" deep x 40" (adjustable) drop

AA# 41536
1 available - free shipping

four arm: 24" square x 40" (adjustable) drop

AA# 41537
1 available - free shipping

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These light fixtures are early productions of the F.W. Wakefield Brass Co, patented in 1910, the same year the company was incorporated. Located in Vermilion, Ohio, the company produced gas and incandescent lighting fixtures, household hardware, and metal novelties until the end of the 1960's, allowing the forms of their products to evolve with the popular styles of each time period. The use of brass tubing and glass shades in basic shapes on heavy chains references the popular Mission style of the early 20th century. The central pendant ceiling light, sometimes supplemented by wall sconces, was the most usual form of fixed lighting in the period. Place these lights over a central spot in the living room, or over a dining room table.