This Spanish/Colonial Revival style hanging lantern light was produced in the mid 20th century and were salvaged from a church that was renovated. This light has a octagonal shape and is made of steel. The panels are removable if desired, and some are the original milk glass, and the ones replaced have been painted to look like milk glass. Looking down from the top there is three lights on top then an arm that extends to the one large bulb. There is an elegant design that goes completely around the bottom, while the bottom is open, and you can see through the top. There is a classic scroll work design going around the top of the light. The design around the top is a cross that the Knights Templar used as their symbol during the crusades and became very popular during the Spanish Colonial Revival. These lights would go. In any foyer with a high ceiling. The lights themselves measure 41 1/” high with a drop-chain of 36″ that can be adjusted. The central lantern is 21″ in diameter but with the stylized loops it is 30″. These are in physical good condition, but do show signs of wear from age and use. Again, these lights are untested and have vintage wiring. Please consult images and message with any questions. Item code: ACB (split, rb). The item “Pair of Spanish/Colonial Revival Style Hanging Pendant Light” is in sale since Wednesday, June 6, 2018. This item is in the category “Antiques\Architectural & Garden\Chandeliers, Sconces & Lighting Fixtures”. The seller is “powersurplustreasure” and is located in Athens, Georgia. This item can’t be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.
- Style: Spanish
- Type: Pendant
- Features: Pair
- Size: Large
- Original/Reproduction: Antique Reproduction