(A) I confidently assert that you will NEVER find a more impeccably restored Markel chandelier, not even in your dreams! Its fresh nickel plating gives it that well-deserved "oomph" that it never had with its original finish, tired and lackluster silver paint. Leave it to DECORUM to deliver the goods, once again!! It hangs down 28" as shown (3 links can easily be taken out, about six inches) and is 17 1/2 across. Crank it up to 500 watts if you like!

I guess my enthusiasm translated...SOLD!!




(B) Here's a super-high-quality, solid brass 5-light with its original chrome plating in excellent condition. The shades compliment the metal beautifully and glow like distant planets at night. At 60 watts per arm, a total of 300 watts gives plenty of light. The switch on the bottom works, and as much as 8 inches of chain can be removed for a shorter hanging distance (it's 24 1/2 long as shown, 22 across).

I was keeping this for a project didn't materialize, so now it's available! Don't be bashful, come and get it!

Sorry, you're just a bit too late...SOLD!!


(C) Got geometry?! Well, geometry Art Deco does not make, huh? This shade is clearly earlier, say around 1910, and being of oak and stained glass, it qualifies as "Mission" or "Arts & Crafts." Measuring about 17 inches across, it's got scale, and it can be used as a hanging fixture, a table lamp shade, or even a flush mount fixture, if turned upside down and (easily) fastened to the ceiling. Some very minor issues, small cracks in the glass.  (e-mail Jack to start the conversation)


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