Beads and other ornamentation add an elegant touch to this otherwise simple steel chandelier with a Heritage Bronze finish from Murray Feiss' Cascade Collection. In Dallas: TM 4010.
The Eve low voltage pendant from Holtkötter features an acrylic accent and an adjustable cable. The pendant also comes in five finishes: Brushed Brass, Polished Brass, Hand-Brushed Old Bronze, Satin Nickel and Chrome (shown...
This six-light chandelier is part of Kalco's Keller Collection. Made of hand-forged wrought iron, it is available as shown in a Vintage Iron finish or in Royal Mahogany. In Dallas: TM 3303.
Fanimation's Multimax fan has a chrome finish and reversible blades with a cherry finish on one side and a mahogany finish on the other. In Dallas: TM 4943.
The Yorktown Collection from Hinkley Lighting provides an updated take on mid-century Americana with this chandelier in a brushed bronze finish. Heavy castings and antiqued metal candle sleeves add a touch of style to this...
Robert Abbey's Gossamer table lamp has a body of distressed mercury glass with lead crystal and antique brass accents. An oyster linen shade with gold foil paper lining tops it off. In Dallas: WTC 305-1.
The Venice eight-light chandelier from Sunset Lighting & Fans has a bowl and shades crafted in Turismo glass. The framework has an elegant Rubbed Bronze finish. In Dallas: TM 3135.
Uttermost's Lillia lamp has a crackled light blue ceramic body with brushed aluminum details. This Carolyn Kinder exclusive design also features an oval hardback drum shade in a rusty brown linen fabric. WTC 10021, 10051.
The new Grand Marquis ceiling fan from Regency Ceiling Fans is remote and wall control compatible and comes with coordinating blades and light kit. Three finishes are available. In Dallas: TM 3915.
These iron ring dome chandeliers from Mica Lamp Co. come with either an Almond or Orange mica dome, which is placed in a distressed cast iron ring. The chandeliers are available with or without copper filigree overlays and...
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