‘Donald’ Art Deco White Glass Chapel Light
This light fitting dates back to the Art Deco era.
A large example, nicely shaped, the glass shade has a shiny gloss finish. Fitted with a polished brass gallery.
This style of light is often called a chapel light or a school house light and is typical of the Art Deco period.
The opaque quality of the layer glass gives off a wonderful even glow when lit yet is still eye-catching when the light is switched off.
White glass lighting from the early 20th century never dates and looks equally stylish in a period home or a modern setting.
Opaline white glass became very popular during the Art Deco period and was produced in many different shapes and styles. Geometric designs and simple shapes were typical of the Art Deco period.
To personalise our white glass lighting we give them individual names. This one has been named ‘CLARKE’.
Wired with 1 metre of dark brown fabric twisted cable. Other colours are available on request.
Suspension chain and hooked ceiling plate supplied.
Size – Overall height 30cm. Diameter of shade 30cm.
Please allow 10 working days for dispatch. However, if you need this item sooner, please let us know.
This light will be wired to order with a new B22 bulb holder and PAT tested prior to dispatch.
Please note that vintage lighting may have some age related scratches and marks or slight manufacturing flaws.