CARNIVAL GLASS QUEZEL STYLE ANTIQUE LIGHT FIXTURE [SOLD]
This ceiling fixture is of American origin possibly the Fenton Art Glass Company and dates approximately 1907-1925. It was manufactured during the Carnival Art Glass Period of glass manufacturing in the United States.
Typically Art Nouveau in flavor, this beautiful Hanging Light Fixture has an original Art Nouveau solid brass canopy that suspends a stunning marigold iridescent shade with four panels of which the two opposite sides carry a hand painted mountain and lake scene whereas the other two opposite sides have a cabin scene. The shade is authentic and is not a reproduction. The fixture is of American origin and dates approximately 1907-1925. It was manufactured during the Carnival Art Glass Period of glass manufacturing in the United States.
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
Height: 25" (top of canopy to bottom of shade)
Height of Shade: 9.50"
Diameter of Shade: 9" (central)
Diameter of Shade: 4" (lip or opening)
CONDITION: At the lip or opening on the exterior of the shade, there is a shallow horizontal splinter or chip measuring approximately 1". This does not distract from its beauty since the brass holder covers this minor damage. This minor damage is illustrated in the accompanying photo.
SIDE NOTE: Minor flaking and or chipping at the opening of such shades is a commonality with many antique shades because people had the tendency to tighten the screws too tightly instead of applying the equivalent turns per screw such that pressure is equalized to each section of the shade.
ITEM NUMBER: PFTP001246
SALE PRICE: $175.00
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