Late 1870s Renaissance Revival Antique Three Light Converted Gasolier Attributed to Cornelius and Sons of Philadelphia


    There's just something about Victorian three lights from this era.... Love how compact the proportions are along with all of the curved and angular details. This three light is attributed to Cornelius and Sons which were one of the premier manufacturers of gasoliers from the 1800s. Its in the Renaissance revival style and features a restored period finish with a coppery bronze finish on spelter and polished brass details. Center body has a nice greek key motif and the shades are 1880s acid etched 5" fitter crown top shades. They are little later in period but work perfectly with the light. Perfect addition to a parlour, front entrance or small dining room. Length can be adjusted to suit your space. Restored, wired and CSA approved.

      • 60 watts max
      • E12 Candelabra Base --LED compatible
      • 49" total length - Can be altered
      • 28" diameter
      • approved