Etched glass bell lantern, ca 1880


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This is a pretty etched-glass bell lantern made around the end of the 19th century. Designed originally for oil or candle, it has been electrified with a singular central lamp holder as its light source. The bell has an etched grape and vine pattern, is made of clear glass and a glass knob finial. It has the original brass chain and four-way suspension hook, and the chain drop can be adjusted to your ceiling requirements.

At the bottom of the glass bell near the finial is a crack measuring 11cm, that we have repaired with glass-bonding glue. The damage is reflected in the price.

Material: Brass and Etched Glass

Diameter: 23cm/9".
Drop: 14cm/5.5".

Status : rewired and ready for hanging.

Recommendations : ideal for hallways and stairwell lighting.

Enquire Price : £240 inc VAT

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