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1. FANCIFULLY DARK
In a deep bronze finish with amber mica shades, the Berkeley short-body ceiling light straddles Arts & Crafts movement and 1920s Storybook style. The fixture measures 16″ wide x 10 “ high. Arroyo Craftsman, (626) 960-9411, arroyocraftsman.com

TheArden chandelier by Old California Lighting.

2. LIGHT SHOWERS
Shown in the New Verde finish, the Arden chandelier is an example of the “shower fixture“ popular 1910-1920. Cascading from an inverted-dome base, sockets are fitted with reproduction shades. Old California Lighting, (800) 577-6679, oldcalifornia.com

Solid-brass Virginian double sconce by House of Antique Hardware.

3. COLONIAL, POLISHED
Brass fixtures were rare in the Colonies, but 1920s Revival sconces often had a polished-brass finish. The solid-brass Virginian double sconce is 11″ tall x 10″ wide. House of Antique Hardware, (888) 223-2545, houseofantiquehardware.com

Authentic Designs’ Monticello Federalist Table Lamp.

4. SHADED CANDELABRA
The Monticello Federalist Table Lamp in burnished brass adds an aluminum shade to a candelabra form. The lamp is 22″ tall x 17″ wide. Authentic Designs, (800) 844-9416, authenticdesigns.com

Ball and Ball’s gaslightlantern.

5. GOTHIC GASLIGHT
The cast bronze lantern is based on an antique drawing. With an open-flame gas burner, it’s 27″ tall x 11″ wide. Also in pier-mount and hanging styles. Ball and Ball, (610) 363-7330, ballandball.com

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