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Streamline Art Deco Periwinkle Blue Nickel Ceiling Light

This French art deco ceiling light dates from the 1930s. The ribbed chrome central cylinder holds three geometric "C" shaped bands which hold three periwinkle blue satin glass shades. The light is 25” in diameter and drops 30” from the ceiling. For those of you that like the measurements in cm. it's 77 cm. drop and 66 cm diameter. $ 1750

Muller Freres French Art Deco Pink Panthers

This stunning 1930’s French art deco chandelier is by Muller FreresMuller Freres
[Founded in 1895] 

(Muller Brothers) in Luneville, France, was one of the premier glassmakers of the period. The Mullers produced art glass competing with Daum and Galle from 1895 till the war intervened in 1914. Resuming production in 1919, the company concentrated on ceiling fixtures, wall sconces and table lamps. The Depression caused Muller Freres to cease production in 1933 and finally close down in 1936.
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of Luneville, France.  Four bright nickel square rods extend down from the ceiling cap, supporting a nickel band with four arched supports for pink glass shades.  The central bowl of pink glass features a frieze of striding panthers.  The fixture, which has been replated and rewired form American electricity is 30” in diameter and drops 38” from the ceiling.  The drop can be shortened according to your needs.

French Art Deco Bronze and Pate d’Verre Chandelier

A rich and beautiful French art deco bronze and pate d’verre glass chandelier from the 1920’s. The bronze body supports a large center bowl and four “tulip” shades in cream, blue and orange glass. The glass in swirled powders. The fixture has seven sockets and has been polished and rewired for American electricity. The chandelier is 28” in diameter and drops 30” from the ceiling.

One American Art Deco Geometric Milkglass Pendant Light

A pair of very typical American Art Deco pendant lights! The skyscraper design and geometric decoration is perfect for that special place where a great light that screams 1930's Art Deco is needed! The cylinder is milk glass with a very art deco enameled design, the bottom is clear glass which will bathe the lighted area perfectly. Each light is rewired and ready to hang and is 14" long x 10" diameter. The chain length is adjustable! ONLY ONE AVAILABLE!!!

A Pair Of Classic American Art Deco Bronze Ceiling Lights

This very special pair of ceiling lights came from a Bank in New York City. They are beautifully created in bronze with white to amber slag glass. They mount flush to the ceiling and are in the style of the Edward F. Caldwell Company # R084345 designed for the Bank of Manhattan. The fine workmanship in the bronze and great weight of the ceiling lights screams "quality" The lamps are flush with the ceiling. These were probably designed by Victor F Von Lossberg who designed for the firm after Caldwell died in 1914.

Muller Freres French Art Deco Lighting Chandelier

This French art deco chandelier was made in the 1930’s by the firm Muller FreresMuller Freres
[Founded in 1895] 

(Muller Brothers) in Luneville, France, was one of the premier glassmakers of the period. The Mullers produced art glass competing with Daum and Galle from 1895 till the war intervened in 1914. Resuming production in 1919, the company concentrated on ceiling fixtures, wall sconces and table lamps. The Depression caused Muller Freres to cease production in 1933 and finally close down in 1936.
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, located in Luneville. The chandelier has a central bowl and four smaller bowls of smoked glass, all partially etched. Each bowl has four graduated rings before expanding to the main bowl, the upper portion is of clear glass. The structure is supported by four square chrome tube rods descending from a square chrome ceiling cap decorated on all four sides with a geometric sunrise. The four bowls are attached to the center bowl by chrome arms. It is 32" in diameter and drops 32" from the ceiling. The glass is marked "Muller Fr." The fixture has been rewired for American electricity, it is in excellent condition and ready to hang.

Spectacular American Art Deco Theater Chandelier

This chandelier really makes a statement! A 1930's American Art Deco Chandelier from a Midwest movie theatre. The lower portion has black and white glass in a geometric design. A nickel banded center section has alternating square geometric plaques and round opalescent roundels. Above the band are six black metal spirals, each with a nickel decoration on the top. The fixture takes six lights (up to 100 watts each) and has been rewired. It is in immaculate condition. The chandelier is 30" in diameter and drops 30" from the ceiling.

AMERICAN ART DECO CEILING LIGHT WITH ARROW

This exceptional American art deco ceiling light is from the 1930’s. A frosted globe etched with stars is surrounded by two chrome circles with two smaller chrome bands crossing. A chrome arrow appears to pierce the globe. A star finial leads the chain to the ceiling cap. The lamp is 14" in diameter and the fixture drops 38" from the ceiling. (this can be shortened to suite your requirements) The lamp is in excellent condition and has been rewired.

American Art Deco Five Shade Sculptural Aluminum and Pink Glass Chandelier

This sexy American art deco chandelier is from the 1930’s.  Constructed of highly polished Aluminum and pink glass, the chandelier has five lobes each with a pink glass shade.  The shades are step back with five sections.  A pale pink light emanates thru the shades and the main light floods upward toward the ceiling.  The chandelier is 22” in diameter and drops 32” from the ceiling and is in excellent condition, rewired and ready to hang.  There is a pair of matching sconces available as well.

French Art Deco 1940s Brass and Chrome Six Light Ceiling Fixture

This 1940’s French art deco modernist ceiling light announces the shift from earlier fixtures and shows the sleek smooth forms of the 1950’s.  Constructed of brass and chrome with milk glass shades, the light is in excellent condition and has been rewired for American electricity.  It is 21 ½” high, 17” wide and 12” deep.

Atelier Petitot French Art Deco Chandelier

This spectacular French art deco chandelier is from the famed Lyon firm "Atelier Petitot". The frame is a silver colored wrought iron with a cascading geometric shaft of open work beneath a two part ceiling cap. The "basket", with wrought iron circles and beading matching the shaft, holds four panels in high relief of geometric translucent glass. Four extended arms hold geometric shades of translucent glass. The panels are signed and the fixture drops 35" from the ceiling and is 31" in diameter.

French Art Deco Modernist Ceiling Light or Chandelier

This elegant French art deco modernist ceiling light is from the 1930’s. The satin polished nickel over brass fixture holds eight “Fins” of frosted and clear glass arranged in four pairs. These, along with a frosted glass center distribute the light from five 60-watt bulbs. The fixture is 22” in diameter and drops 28” from the ceiling. The chain can be shortened or lengthened to the customer's specification. It is in excellent condition and has been rewired for American electricity.

Pair of American Art Deco Ceiling Lights

This pair of 1930’s machine age drop ceiling lights are from an Arkansas Movie Theater. The milk glass globe is held in place by a stepped cap. Two nickel bands drop from the cap and terminate in “arrow heads” finals. The two bands support a nickel ring with two upward facing finals. Another ring encircles the bottom and features a star medallion, the medallion is repeated in a larger style on the top of the cap. From the ceiling cap an unusual chain supports the globe. The chain can be shortened by removing links. Presently the light drops 52” from the ceiling, the glass globe is 14” in diameter.

Two American Art Deco Flying Saucer Ceiling Lamps

These two American art deco ceiling lamps resembling flying saucers were made in the 1930’s by the Miller Company of Meriden, Connecticut.  The ceiling lights consist of two graduated size aluminum shades separated so that light can emit from the space in between each shade.  An aluminum shaft supports the shades from an aluminum ceiling cap and a milk glass globe centers the lower shades.  Each light descends 30” from the ceiling (it can be shortened to customers’ requirements) and the larger shade is 20 ½” in diameter.  The aluminum has been polished and each fixture is rewired.

Muller Freres French Art Deco Peach Glass with Roses Six Arm Chandelier

This 1930’s chandelier was made by Muller FreresMuller Freres
[Founded in 1895] 

(Muller Brothers) in Luneville, France, was one of the premier glassmakers of the period. The Mullers produced art glass competing with Daum and Galle from 1895 till the war intervened in 1914. Resuming production in 1919, the company concentrated on ceiling fixtures, wall sconces and table lamps. The Depression caused Muller Freres to cease production in 1933 and finally close down in 1936.
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in Luneville, France.  The nickel plated body has its original ceiling cap, suspension and six geometric arms.  The large pale peach center glass has a three step central dome, above which is a frieze of roses.  The rose décor is echoed in the six pale peach shades.  The glass is signed “Muller Freres, Luneville”.  The chandelier, which has been replated and rewired for American electricity, drops 33” from the ceiling and is 32” in diameter.

Degue French Art Deco Frosted Glass Ceiling Light with Roses

This French art deco ceiling light was designed by David Gueron for his firm “Verriere D’art DegueDegue
[1889 - 1974] 

In 1928 Edouard Cazaux, (1889 - 1974), an artist, sculptor and ceramic designer joined forces with David Gueron, founder of Christalleries de Compiegne. The company was called "Verrerie d' art Degue". They opened a retail outlet in 1930 in Paris on Rue Druout which existed until 1939. The company participated in the decoration of the steamship Normandy, launched in 1935. Their glass was signed "Degue".
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” in Paris. Gueron opened his workshop in 1926 and closed it in 1939 in advance of the German invasion. The light, from the 1930’s has its original brass chain and ceiling cap. The frosted glass shade is molded in a geometric floral and leaf décor. The light is 14” in diameter and drops 15” from the ceiling.

French Art Deco Blue Glass Ceiling Light

This French art deco blue glass ceiling light is from the 1930’s. It has a geometric faceted form and the original hanging suspension. It has been rewired for American electricity and is 14" in diameter with a 24" drop.

French Art Deco Six Arm Modernist Chandelier

This 1930’s French art deco modernist chandelier has it in “sixes”. The bright nickel body hangs from a six sided shaft with six arms emanating from a six sided center, at the outer end of the arms are six sided sockets for the bulbs. The bulbs are above frosted and clear planes each with six sides. Above the center a pyramid of three discs is separated by spacers. The discs and spacers all have six sides. The chandelier, which is 23” in diameter and drops  31 ½” from the ceiling, has been replated in bright nickel and rewired for American electricity

French 1950’s Brass and Glass Chandelier

This 1950’s French chandelier hangs 25” from the ceiling on a brass rod. The serpentine platform holds six tall faceted glass shades. The fixture is 35” long and 15” wide.

French 1950’s Brass Chandelier with Glass Shades

This 1950’s French chandelier hangs 19 ½” from the ceiling on a brass rod. The six glass shades sit on an elegant “X” support. The fixture is 38” long and 14”wide.

French Art Deco Nickel & Yellow Glass Chandelier

This French art deco chandelier is from the 1930’s. The bright nickel body supports three disc like lemon yellow milk glass globes. The light has been replated and rewired for American electricity and is in excellent condition. It drops 28” from the ceiling (can be shortened), and is 16” in diameter.

French Art Deco Wrought Iron Flush Mount Ceiling Light with Swirls

This stylish 1930’s French art deco wrought iron flush mount ceiling light will work wherever you need light and lack headroom.  The fixture mounts flush with the ceiling and only drops 5” down.  The light is composed of hand wrought iron and frosted glass.   The top, above the glass and swirled wrought iron, is separated by four sets of three balls from the lower portion, allowing light to shine through.  The fixture can support four bulbs ranging from 25 to 60 Watts each.  The light is 17 ¾” square.

French Art Deco Opalescent Icicles Chandelier

This 1930’s French art deco chandelier has six opalescent glass bowls atop graceful swag arms.  The arms as well as the ceiling cap, shaft, central bowl and finial are all finished in bright nickel.  The chandelier has been replated and rewired for American electricity.  It is 32” in diameter and drops 36” from the ceiling (can be shortened at customer’s request).

French Art Deco Eight Arm Chandelier with Chipped Ice Shades

This French art deco chandelier is from the 1930’s.  The bright nickel body has a cone shaped ceiling cap, an oval center ball and a seven step bottom with a three ring very “Flash Gordon” finial.  The eight frosted glass shades each have six clear “Chipped Ice” buttresses.  The chandelier has been replated and rewired for American electricity.  It is 36” in diameter and drops 37” from the ceiling (can be shortened at customer’s request).

French Art Deco Opalescent Glass Chandelier BIRDS IN WINTER

An amazing and spectacular 1930’s French Art Deco chandelier!  With its nickel shaft, cones, wings and rings supporting seven illuminated opalescent glass bowls dripping icicles and three illuminated opalescent glass birds in flight, this fixture will be the centerpiece of any room.  The chandelier drops 36” from the ceiling (can be shortened) and is 30” in diameter.  The nickel has been replated and the fixture is rewired for American electricity.

Atelier Petitot French Art Deco Chandelier with Opalescent Glass Rods

This very special Atelier Petitot French art deco chandelier would be the “Anchor” of any room.  With its bright nickel body and five gleaming arms reminiscent of the Chrysler Building, the chandelier bespeaks opulence and glamour.  The stepped opalescent glass center bowl leads the eye upward to the five opalescent shades and the center shaft of opalescent rods.  The fixture drops 39” from the ceiling and is 36” in diameter…perfect for over a dining table or your entranceway.  The chandelier has been replated and rewired for American electricity.

French Art Deco Ceiling Light with Ice Blue Glass Shades

This French art deco ceiling light dates from the 1930s.  the ribbed chrome central cylinder holds three “U” shaped bands which hold three ice blue elongated globes.  The light is 18” in diameter and drops 34” from the ceiling.

Atelier Petitot French Art Deco Modernist Chandelier

This magnificent 1930’s French art deco modernist chandelier is by Atelier Petitot.  In bright nickel with clear and frosted glass, the fixture begins with a rectangular curving ceiling cap that mimics the lines below.  A nickel and glass shaft flanked by glass rods supports the main body which has a glass panel above and below to distribute the light…sixteen “fins” on each side are also illuminated.  The chandelier is rewired for American electricity and measures 44” long x 26” wide and drops 28” from the ceiling.  There are three matching sconces that are sold separately.

French Art Deco Opalescent Glass Modernist Industrial Chandelier

This sensational French art deco chandelier features a nickel body and some of the richest opalescent glass of the period.  The center bowl is in a stepped form with “speed” lines which are echoed in the four shades.  Each shade has two “wings” which add to the dramatic effect.  The 1930’s fixture, which has been replated and rewired for American electricity, drops 27” from the ceiling and is 20” in diameter.

Degue French Art Deco Geometric Four Arm Chandelier

This 1930’s French art deco chandelier is by and designed by (1889 – 1974).  The nickeled metal body supports four large frosted glass “shields” and four curved arms, each hold frosted glass shades.  The geometrically formed glass with its “curtain wave” pattern contrast with the square tubing of the body.  The chandelier is 30” in diameter and drops 36” from the ceiling (the drop can be shortened according to need).  Rewired for American electricity.

French Art Deco Modernist Chandelier

This 1930’s French art deco chandelier is constructed of highly polished aluminum and thick frosted crystal glass.  The main bowl has a frosted glass center flanked by five pairs of glass “wings”, all of which emit light.  The bowl is supported by a column of five aluminum rods and 25 glass rods.  The aluminum ceiling mount repeats the lines of the main bowl.  The chandelier is 26” in diameter and drops 24” from the ceiling.  It has been rewired for American electricity.

French Art Deco Ruhlmann Style Chandelier

This Ruhlmann style 1920’s French art deco silver plated bronze chandelier represents the epitome of the luxurious furnishings of the period.  The center section supports six gadrooned arms which gracefully turn up to support the six lights shielded by pleated ivory silk shades with maroon “redone” fringe.  The chandelier has been re-silver plated and rewired for American electricity.  It is 30” in diameter and drops 32” form the ceiling.

Barovier & Tosso Italian Art Deco Bronze & Glass Chandelier

This 1930’s Italian art deco chandelier is from the firm Barovier & Tosso.  Made in Murano, the bronze and blown glass fixture with its three ribbed glass supports, matching bowl and finial exhibits style and grace. Polished and rewired, the chandelier drops 34” from the ceiling and is 16” in diameter.  

Barovier & Tosso Italian Art Deco Ceiling Light

Made in the 1930’s, this Barovier & Tosso ceiling light is constructed of bronze and blown glass.  A ribbed glass rod hangs from the bronze ceiling cap and holds a circle of ribbed glass.  Centered in the glass circle is a bowl of Murano glass with reticulated top and applied glass fringe.  This quality fixture, which drops 37” from the ceiling and is 16” in diameter, has been rewired for American electricity  and is ready for your home.

Charles Scheider French Art Deco Pate d’Verre & Bronze Chandelier

This magnificent French art deco chandelier was designed by French glass master Charles SchneiderCharles Schneider
[1881 - 1962] 

In 1913, Charles Schneider and his brother established the Cristallerie Schneider at Epnay-sur-Seine, France. Charles had learned his trade as a designer for the great Art Nouveau glass firms of Galle and Daum. Art glass by Schneider was originally signed Schneider, Le Verre Francaise, or Charder (a contraction of Charles Schneider). Occasionally, it was signed with the inclusion of a small candy-cane of striped glass in the base. The glass marked "Schneider" was produced from 1913 to 1933 in a variety of shapes and colors, including a new deep orange, which Schneider developed in 1926 and called "Tango". This orange became so popular a color that it was copied in other mediums. The glass that Schneider produced marked Le Verre Francais (the glass of France), and Charder, was made of two contrasting layers of colored glass. Part of the outer layer was cut away in various Art Deco motifs by acid etching, to reveal the...
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in the 1920’s.  The bronze fixture begins with a ceiling cap and bell from which five arms plunge straight down and then out a 45° angle, the arms then horizontal then down again to the bronze caps which hold the tulip shades.  A central shaft holds the bronze ring which supports the center globe.  The shades and globe are pate de verre glass which blends from mauve to mottled cream.  The shades have a four sided lip continuing into an octagonal design.  The massive center globe is cast with an undulating wave above an apron of rectangular segments all above a ribbed dome.  The chandelier drops 35” from the ceiling and is 23”in diameter.  In perfect condition, it has been rewired for American electricity.

Noverdy Art Deco Bronze Chandelier

This 1920’s French art deco chandelier was designed and constructed by Jean Noverdy at his atelier in Dijon, France. The gilt bronze fixture features a ceiling cap which mimics the four frosted glass shades. The shades are signed “Noverdy” and are in perfect condition. The chandelier has been rewired for American electricity and drops 34” from the ceiling and has a diameter of 14”.

Art Deco Ceiling Lamp with Pink Wings

This 1930’s art deco ceiling light is ideal for your entry hall, bathroom, powder or dressing room or hallway. The bright nickel ceiling cap, chain and fittings have been replated. The ribbed center glass and four wings, etched in a geometric design with pink wash, are in excellent condition. The light drops 21 ½” (can be extended) from the ceiling and is 18” in diameter.  The metal is marked "Finray" and Patent No. 386508. 

D.I.M. French Art Deco Modernist Ceiling Light

This stunning French art deco ceiling light was made ca. 1930 by D.I.M. (Decoration Interierure Moderne) and designed by René Joubert ( ? - 1942) and Philippe Petit (1900 – 1945). The modernist light, with bright nickel fittings and supports has a demilune nickel frame with closed ends. Illumination comes through rows of opalescent rods and an opaque cylinder suspended below. The light drops 38” from the ceiling and measures 26” x 18”.

Pair Atelier Petitot French Art Deco Chandeliers

A pair of chandeliers is a rare find. A pair of spectacular French art deco chandeliers is extraordinary! This pair of nickel and opalescent glass chandeliers is from the French firm “Atelier Petito” and are from the 1930s’. Both chandeliers are in perfect condition. The opalescent glass bowls are formed with dripping “ice” down their sides. The ice theme is continued on the fins on the two cones and repeated under the six arms that support the bowls. The fixtures have been replated in bright nickel and rewired for American electricity, ready to install. Each fixture drops 32” from the ceiling and is 36” in diameter.

French Art Deco Silvered Bronze Chandelier

This impressive French art deco silver bronze chandelier dates from the 1920’s and is reminiscent of a chandelier from that period by Emile Jacques Ruhlmann. The seven piece silver on bronze column extends from the ceiling cap to the center bowl and ends with a tassel finial. Six gadrooned arms flow from the center bowl and gracefully turn up to support the six lights which are shielded by pleated ivory silk shades with brown redone fringe bottoms. The chandelier drops 38” from the ceiling and is 38” in diameter. Re-silver plated and rewired for American electricity and ready to install.

Atelier Petitot Chandelier

This is a simply stunning French art deco chandelier by Atelier Petiot. The chandelier, from the 1930’s, features bright nickel on bronze body from its ceiling cap down to the bottom finial. The center shaft is adorned with opalescent glass rods which fan out to a nickel ring. The six nickel arms extend from a nickel collar and are sheathed in opalescent glass and support six bowls of opalescent glass. The base of the chandelier is an illuminated stepped opalescent bowl. The chandelier, which is in excellent condition has been replated and rewired for American electricity. The chandelier measures 33” in diameter and drops 30” from the ceiling.

Czech Cameo Glass Ceiling Light

This Czechoslovakian art deco ceiling light is signed in the cameo “Venus Glas” and “Cewebo” and is from the 1930’s. The yellow with orange striations glass is overlaid with a green glass upper layer which is acid etched to reveal tumbling leaves and a green upper border. The brass fittings, chain and ceiling cap are original. The glass is 18” in diameter and drops 28” from the ceiling (this can shortened by removing links if desired). The lamp has been rewired form American electricity.

European Cobalt and Orange Glass Ceiling Light

This art deco ceiling light has two layers of glass. The outer layer of cobalt blue glass has been wheel cut to reveal the orange glass. The lamp, which has its original brass chain and ceiling cap has been rewired for American electricity. The bowl is 18” diameter and the 24” drop can be shortened if desired.

Georges Leleu Opalescent Ice Chandelier

This French art deco chandelier was designed and executed by Georges Leleu (1883 – 1961) in the 1920’s. The nickel body with “waterfall” design supports a large center bowl and three outer bowls, all of Sabino style opalescent “melting ice” glass. Six drops of the same glass hang from the arched supports. With six sockets, the fixture shimmers with dancing light. The chandelier is 26” in diameter and drops 30” from the ceiling. It has been re-nickeled and rewired for American electricity.

Maxonade Ceiling Light

This French art deco ceiling light is from the 1930’s and is by Maxonade. The white glass bowl is impregnated with triangles of white, yellow and green enamel. The glass hangs from a brass ceiling cap by brass chains attached by three brass rondels. The bowl is signed “Maxonade, Paris”. The fixture is 13” in diameter and drops 19” from the ceiling.

Daum Chandelier

This stunning and rare art deco chandelier is by Daum Freres of Nancy, France and was created in the 1930’s. Constructed of colorless glass acid etched in geometric patterns, the chandelier consists of two sections. The ceiling cap and vertical shaft and the round bowl with two levels and a prominent lip. The glass is signed “Daum Nancy France” with the cross of Lorraine. The chandelier measures 18” in diameter and drops 33” from the ceiling.

French Nickel & Copper Modernist Ceiling Light

This handsome French art deco ceiling light is from the 1930’s. The ceiling cap and initial shaft are of polished copper. The central ribbed shaft is nickel with a nickel cone and bowl. The lower bowl is of ribbed nickel supported by six arches of copper. A clear and frosted glass dish is at the bottom. The upper bowl contains 3 sockets to wash the ceiling while the glass dish has a socket for lighting below. The lamp is 21” in diameter and drops 28” from the ceiling.

Bronze Six-arm Chandelier

This French art deco chandelier is from the late 1920’s and everything about it speaks of quality. The bronze body is decorated in high relief with sharp castings of deco flowers. The six arms suspend gold iridescent ribbed glass shades. The overall impression is of luxury and status. The chandelier is 27” in diameter, drops 28” from the ceiling and has been rewired for American electricity.

Petitot Five Shade “Chipped Ice” Chandelier

This This Atelier Petitot chandelier features five bowls in satin glass with raised “chipped ice” vertical bands and a four stepped center also of the same glass. The body of the fixture is of bright nickel with a stepped ceiling cap and radiating arms which mimic the Chrysler Building. The fixture drops 37” from the ceiling and is 29” in diameter.

Fantasy in Blue Chandelier

This French art deco chandelier is a stunner from the four step ceiling cap to the ball on the bottom. Bright nickel combines with curved blue glass rods and blue globes create a deco waterfall that will be a focal point in any room. The fixture measures 29” from the ceiling and is 24” in diameter.

Peach Glass Fantasy Chandelier

This French art deco chandelier from the 1930s is simply spectacular. The body is of polished copper and bright nickel. Six nickel arms extend from a copper ball, each supporting a smaller copper ball, surmounted by an acid etched and clear peach glass bowl. Atop the large copper ball is a reticulated nickel funnel with six acid etched and clear peach glass “wings” illuminated from the inside. The fixture is suspended from a copper shaft with three nickel “speed” rings and terminates in a nickel ceiling mount. The fixture measures 36” in diameter and drops 36” in from the ceiling.

Nickel Chandelier with Peach Glass Wings

A great 1930’s French art deco chandelier. The body is gleaming nickel, with four frosted and clear peach glass wings. The fixture has been rewired for American electricity and is 21” in diameter and drops 24” from the ceiling.

Bronze ”Wedding Cake” Chandelier

This American art deco chandelier dates from the 1920s and is from a Pennsylvania theatre. The six sided bright bronze fixture cascades down in reverse wedding cake fashion. The light comes through the 18 frosted glass panels and down through the open fretwork. The chandelier is 17” in diameter and drops 28” from the ceiling.

Six Arm Opalescent Shade Chandelier

This French 1930’s art deco chandelier features a geometric nickel body and six faceted opalescent shades which sparkle with cream and gold highlights. The chandelier measures 27-1/2” in diameter and drops 33” from the ceiling.

Atelier Petitot Chandelier

A special French art deco chandelier from the 1930’s by Atelier Petitot. This impressive chandelier features a bright nickel superstructure supporting a heavy peach glass center bowl and six satellite bowls. Both the center and outer bowls have six sided, five step configurations. With nine lighting sockets, all rewired for American electricity, the chandelier will illuminate any room. The chandelier is 31" in diameter and drops 34" from the ceiling.

Sabino Chandelier

French art deco chandelier from the 1930's designed and executed by Marius-Ernest Sabino (1878 - 1961). The nickel frame supports a center bowl and four stepped curved shades. The fixture is 30" wide and drops 28" from the ceiling.

Georges Leleu Chandelier

This French art deco chandelier dates from the 1930’s and is ready to hang in your home. The four ribbed pink shades are all signed “Georges Leleu” (1883 - 1961). The body has been re-nickel plated and rewired for American electricity. The chandelier measures 30” in diameter and drops 36” from the ceiling.

Degue Three Shade Chandelier

This French art deco chandelier features a combination of high quality wrought iron and the best of DegueDegue
[1889 - 1974] 

In 1928 Edouard Cazaux, (1889 - 1974), an artist, sculptor and ceramic designer joined forces with David Gueron, founder of Christalleries de Compiegne. The company was called "Verrerie d' art Degue". They opened a retail outlet in 1930 in Paris on Rue Druout which existed until 1939. The company participated in the decoration of the steamship Normandy, launched in 1935. Their glass was signed "Degue".
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glass. The wrought iron is finely detailed and supports a thick glass center bowl and three matching shades, all executed in a dynamic swirling geometric roses patern and all signed “Degue”. The fixture drops 36” from the ceiling and is 30” in diameter.

Loys Lucha 17” Ceiling Light

This 1920’s French art deco ceiling light is by Loys Lucha. The geometric floral design in soft pastels is achieved by fusing enamel on glass. The light is signed “Loys Lucha” and has period chain and celing cap. The fixture drops 17” from the celing and is 17” in diameter.

Nickel Three Bullet Light

A very special French art deco ceiling light from the 1930’s. The nickel body supports three bullet shaped glass shades which are yellow when the lights are off and white when they are on. The light drops 41” from the ceiling and is 14” in diameter.

Rene Lalique Dahlia Chandelier

This French art deco glass hanging light was designed by Rene Lalique (1860-1945), introduced in 1921 and appears in his 1928 and 1932 catalogs. The plafonnier is named “Dahlias” and is # 2459 in the Catalogue Raisone. The ceiling cap is “Cannele” and is # 2801. the fixture has its original silk cords and is signed “R. Lalique”. The light is 12” in diameter and drops 20” from the ceiling.

Nickel Art Deco Modernist Chandelier

This impressive French art deco chandelier dates from the 1930’s and is finished in bright nickel. The intricate central shaft features a two stage ceiling cap and a geometric “waterfall” lower body. The central bowl supports six illuminated discs on curved supports with a centered glass ball. The bottom of the bowl is a clear & frosted circle of glass with a suspended smaller circle. This large (47” drop, 32” diameter) chandelier has been replated and rewired for American electricity.

Leleu Art Deco Ceiling Light

A French art deco ceiling light designed and editioned by Georges Leleu (1883 - 1961) in the 1920’s. The body is of nickeled cast bronze, the glass has a fine geometric design. The light drops 26” from the ceiling and is 16” in diameter.

Leleu Art Deco Chandelier

This French art deco chandelier was designed and editioned by Georges Leleu in the 1920’s. The body is nickeled cast bronze and the frosted glass center bowl and wings are finished in a crisp geometric design. The fixture drops 36 ½” from the ceiling and is 22” in diameter.

Maxonade Art Deco Roses Ceiling Light

A French art deco 1920’s ceiling fixture by Maxonade Paris. The bowl is of translucent glass with fused enamel in a geometric roses and leaves pattern. The fixture retains its original bronze chain and ceiling cap. The fixture measures 19” in diameter and drops 15” from the ceiling. It is signed “Maxonade, Paris” in the enamel.

Maxonade Art Deco Geometric Ceiling Light

A French art deco 1920’s ceiling fixture in translucent glass with geometric designs in silver and blue by Maxonade Paris. The designs are of fused enamel and the fixture is signed “Maxonade, Paris” in the enamel. It has its original bronze fitting and ceiling cap and measures 18” in diameter and drops 25” from the ceiling.

French Art Deco Modernist Chandelier

This amazing French art deco chandelier dates from the 1930’s and is a symphony in nickel, brass and peach glass. The nickel central shaft is topped with a brass ceiling cap and interrupted by four brass rings. The brass bowl is pierced by twelve peach glass fins. Light coming out of the bottom passes through three peach glass discs. The fixture is 22” in diameter and drops 26” from the ceiling. All metal has been plated and polished then coated with clear lacquer to prevent tarnishing and has been rewired for American electricity.

Scroll Art Deco Chandelier

A magnificent French art deco chandelier from the 1930’s, this fixture features a nickel on brass body with intricate scroll work supporting six illuminated bowls. The bowls combine frosted glass with projecting strips of clear glass in a “chipped ice” design. The chandelier drops 25” from the ceiling and is 34” in diameter. It has been replated and rewired.

Art Deco Twist Chandelier

This French art deco chandelier features a nickel plated wrought iron body and frosted glass center bowl with three matching shades. Dating from the 1930’s, the chandelier exhibits a variety of iron working techniques and has been replated and rewired for American electricity. The fixture drops 34” from the ceiling and measures 22” in diameter.

Large Loys Lucha Art Deco Ceiling Light

This French art deco ceiling light from the 1920’s by Loys Lucha features fused enamel on glass in deco geometric patterns. The light retains its original brass fitting and ceiling cap. It has a 21” drop and is 22” in diameter. The light is signed in the enamel and has been rewired for American electricity.

Loys Lucha Art Deco Ceiling Light

A 1920’s French art deco ceiling light by Loys Lucha in fused enamel on glass. Displaying a geometric floral design in soft pastels the light is signed “Loys Lucha”. It has its original copper fittings and ceiling cap and has been rewired for American electricity. The fixture has a 21” drop and is 16” in diameter.

Jean Gay Art Deco Electric Chandelier Les Hirondelles

This French art deco chandelier was designed in the early 1930’s by Jean Gay of Avignon for his company, “Gay Electricite”. It has a geometric nickel plated frame and rare powder blue glass center bowl and three shades. The bird in flight pattern called “Hirondelles” (Swallows) on the glass is repeated on the metal arms. It has been rewired, replated and is ready to hang. The fixture drops 32” from the ceiling and is 28” in diameter.

Modernist Cream Chandelier

A modernist French art deco chandelier from the 1930's, this will add drama to any room. The three cone body retains its original cream enamel in excellent condition. There is a glass center bowl with a chipped effect and four 1 1/2" thick fins with the same chipped ice. The fixture has been rewired and measures 24" high and 18" diameter.

French Art Deco Opalescent Bowls Chandelier

This French art deco chandelier dates from the 1930’s and features a bright nickel body with a center bowl and six opalescent bowls on nickel arms. The fixture drops 32” from the ceiling and measures 26” diameter.

Art Deco Stepped Shade Ceiling Light

This American art deco ceiling light features a bright nickel shaft, ceiling cap and fitting. The milk glass globe has five tiers stepping up to an 11” diameter. The light drops 22” form the ceiling.

American Art Deco Hanging Light

This American art deco hanging light from a Palm Beach Estate features a nickel shaft, ceiling cap and a four step fitting with a beveled mirror rectangular body and four eight stepped frosted glass panels, each secured by a nickel plate and each internally illuminated. The bottom has a 75 Watt light shining downward with a nickel ring. The fixture measures 38” tall and 17” wide (which can be shortened by shortening the shaft). A spectacular light for an entrance way or staircase.

Custard Glass Art Deco Chandelier

This French art deco chandelier dates from the 1920's and features a geometric cast metal body and four custard glass shades. The shades are marked "Czechoslovakia". The fixture measures 24" in diameter and has a 32" drop.

Nickel & Pale Blue Art Deco Ceiling Light

This 1930s French art deco ceiling light has a nickel body with six pale blue clear and frosted glass wings, six pale blue clear and frosted glass fins and an opaque frosted glass center. The fixture measures 24" in diameter and drops 23" from the ceiling.

Nickel & Pink Art Deco Six Arm Chandelier

This French 1930s art deco chandelier features a nickel plated body with six swooping arms, each supporting a frosted pink to clear glass bowl. The chandelier has been replated and rewired and is ready to hang in your home. It measures 30" in diameter and has a 35" drop which can be shortened if desired.

French Art Deco Eight Light Chandelier

This elegant eight-light French art deco chandelier has a nickel plated frame and eight geometric frosted glass shades. It measures 24" in diameter and has a 66" drop which can be shortened by up to 24" by removing links from the chain.

Double Triangle Chandelier

This French art deco chandelier from the 1930s has 6 panels of geometrically patterned double triangle glass and a large center bowl sitting in an angular pewter colored metal frame. The fixture drops 34" form the ceiling and is 29" in diameter.

Blue Glass Ceiling Light

A really sensational American art deco hanging light from the 1930s. The opalescent blue glass 'wedding cake' globe is suspended from the ceiling by a nickel plated geometric chain connected to four-stepped pyramid ceiling cap and fixture cap. The fixture drops from the ceiling 30" and measures 15" diameter.

Waterfall Chandelier

This French art deco chandelier features nickel plated ceiling mount, shaft and bowl. It has an etched glass ring and four curved etched glass supports which give the effect of water falling into a fountain. Measures 20" diameter and dropping 24" from the ceiling.

Nickel & Lemon Yellow Geometric Chandeliers

This pair of French art deco ceiling lights with nickel body and lemon yellow geometric design shades will be perfect in any surrounding.  Measuring 24" drop and 20" diameter.

Atelier Petitot French Art Deco Streamline Chandelier

A stunning French art deco chandelier by Atelier Petito. The chandelier is suspended from its ceiling cap by an unusual linked chain. The main shaft is illuminated and surrounded by 40 glass rods. The center bowl is illuminated and has four wings with illuminated glass fins. The fixture drops 37" from the ceiling and is 25 ½ in diameter.

Twelve Disk Chandelier

This art deco chandelier with nickel plated superstructure features acid etched center bowl and twelve concentric nickel & glass circles. The fixture drops 28" from the ceiling and is 24" in diameter and is rewired for American electricity

Wrought Iron Geometric Glass Chandelier

An Impressive French art deco wrought iron and geometric glass chandelier featuring a large center bowl and eight fan shaped panels. This chandelier has great wrought iron work and crisp glass. Rewired for American electricity. The fixture is 40" high and 24" diameter.

Charles Piguet Ceiling Light

This French art deco flush mounting ceiling light is by the Lyon master Charles Piguet (1882 – 1942). Hand wrought iron and frosted glass combine to make a stunning modernist fixture. The light measures 18 ¾ on each side and drops only 8" from the ceiling.

Nickel Six Bowl Chandelier

This French art deco chandelier dates from the 1930's and contrasts a bright nickel body containing two funnels decorated with balls and a five ring collar leading to the ceiling cap with six frosted glass bowls with clear icicles in relief. Below each of the funnels are frosted and melting icicles. The fixture drops 32" from the ceiling and is 36" in diameter.

Skyscraper Chandelier

This French art deco nickel over bronze chandelier features six pink glass bowls and a unique stepped body resembling a skyscraper. From the 1930's, this superb ceiling light has been replated & rewired for American electricity and is ready to hang. The fixture has a diameter of 31" and a drop of 47" (including the chain which can be shortened up to 18" if so desired).

Opalescent Rods Chandelier

This French art deco chandelier has it all! Five opalescent glass bowls and a stepped opalescent center bowl. Support arms resembling the Chrysler building and opalescent glass rods along the main body of the chandelier. Dropping 37" from the ceiling and measuring 30" in diameter, this French 1930's lighting fixture is re-nickel plated, rewired and ready to hang!

Six Disc Chandelier

Tall and graceful, this nickel art deco chandelier has six opaque discs under six lights. Measuring 48" from the ceiling, it has a 32" diameter.

Six Cone Chandelier

A French chandelier from the 1940's, the polished brass fixture supports six cone shaped lighting globes, each with a spiral twist design. The frosted bottom glass is wheel cut in intricate period designs. The fixture drops 32" from the ceiling and measures 35" x 24".

Acid Cut Chandelier

This art deco chandelier with nickel plated superstructure features a large center bowl and four cup shades in clear and frosted glass, all acid cut with graduated rings and geometric designs. The glass and metal are in perfect condition. The fixture drops 36" from the ceiling and is 30" in diameter and is rewired for American electricity.

Degue Roses Chandelier

This is a wonderful French art deco ceiling fixture. The wrought iron body is hammered and bent into scallops, waves, circles and crosshatching. Dating from the 1930's, the molded glass is signed DegueDegue
[1889 - 1974] 

In 1928 Edouard Cazaux, (1889 - 1974), an artist, sculptor and ceramic designer joined forces with David Gueron, founder of Christalleries de Compiegne. The company was called "Verrerie d' art Degue". They opened a retail outlet in 1930 in Paris on Rue Druout which existed until 1939. The company participated in the decoration of the steamship Normandy, launched in 1935. Their glass was signed "Degue".
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and depicts geometric roses and leaves. Dropping 36" from the ceiling and measuring 22" on each side, the fixture has been rewired for American electricity.

Glass Rods Chandelier

This French art deco chandelier combines four acid etched bowls with a nickel plated frame and a shaft with glass rods. Measuring 32" in diameter the chandelier drops 32" from the ceiling.

American 6 Shade Chandelier

A spectacular American 1930's art deco chandelier with six shades and twelve illuminated panels. The fixture drops 42" and has a spread of 39".

Dudouyt Ceiling Fixture

This rare art deco ceiling fixture was designed by the French master Charles Dudouyt in the 1930's to complement his oak furniture. The wood is oak and the fixture features his trademark bronze buttons. Four frosted shades illuminate the scene below. Dropping 20" from the ceiling, the light has a diameter of 26" and is completely rewired.

Six Ball Geometric Chandelier

A very geometric french art deco chandelier. Six geometric balls, One large and five smaller, play off the nickel fixture to form a lighting sculpture for your home. Measures 20" in diameter and dropping 40" from the ceiling. This machine age fixture is ideal for foyer or dining room.

French Art Deco Geometric Glass & Pewter Chandelier by Degue

This very geometric French art deco chandelier dates from the 1930's and has four shades and a large center bowl, all signed "DegueDegue
[1889 - 1974] 

In 1928 Edouard Cazaux, (1889 - 1974), an artist, sculptor and ceramic designer joined forces with David Gueron, founder of Christalleries de Compiegne. The company was called "Verrerie d' art Degue". They opened a retail outlet in 1930 in Paris on Rue Druout which existed until 1939. The company participated in the decoration of the steamship Normandy, launched in 1935. Their glass was signed "Degue".
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". The hand wrought iron body has been polished to its natural pewter color and sprayed with clear lacquer to keep it from turning. The fixture has been rewired for American electricity. The fixture drops 38" from the ceiling and measures 30" in diameter.

Six Shade Pink Chandelier

This French art deco chandelier dates from the 1920's and features art deco motifs cast into the metal frame. Measuring 38" across and dropping 38" from the ceiling the fixture features a large pink glass center bowl and six matching pink glass stepped bowls.

Fish Scale Chandelier

A French brass and glass chandelier. The six glass lighting bowls are etched in an art deco "fish scale" design. Rewired for American electrical current and ready to hang. The chandelier has a 30" diameter and a 42" drop which can be shortened by up to 19" by removing links on the chain.

Opalescent Chandelier

Gleaming nickel plate and opalescent glass set this French art deco chandelier apart from others. The ceiling cap, shaft and arms are all in streamline nickel plate. The Sabino-like glass center bowl and the three satellite bowls are augmented by an opalescent fountain of glass midway up the shaft. The fixture has a 33" drop and is 29" in diameter.

Geometric Chain Chandelier

The height of this French art deco chandelier can be adjusted by removing links in the supporting chain. The glass in the center bowl and three shades is very geometric with stylized roses and leaves in high relief. The chandelier drops 44" and is 26" in diameter.

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