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The solid brass fixtures have a golden brown patina and measure 28.5” high and 9.5” in diameter. The cream color cone shaped4shades, circa 1930's, have a flowery stencil design in brown and thin concentric stripes in a pinkish red. Shades are 8” high and 9.5” in diameter. Ribbed center stem extends 16” from the canopy to the fixture and is adjustable. Rewired and OK for up to 1 x 60 watts.
Each nickel plated brass sconce is 10.5” high, 6.5” wide and 9”deep. Antique prismatic shades are 3.5” high and 6.5” in diameter. Sold as a pair.
Rewired and OK for up to 1 x 100 watts in the up position and 1 x 60 watts in the down position.
Pair of converted gas antique polished brass sconces are 10.5” high. 6” wide and extends out from the wall 14.5”. They move through a 180 degree horizontal arc with a minimal effort so you are able to direct the light exactly where you want it. The roped brass tube arm pivots on an ornate gas pipe joint. Period shades are 4” high and 6” in diameter. Rewired and OK for up to 1 x 100 watts.
c. 1930's - 1950's Polished nickel over brass fixtures are 21” high and 8.5” in diameter. The rare small size Holophane shades are 4.75” high and 8.5” in square. Center stem measures 13” from canopy to fixture.
Rewired and OK for up to 100 watts.
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Visit Dan Johnson's Antique Lighting Museum. These are now placed in customers homes and businesses.
"Many moons ago when I was OEM Sales Manager and was visiting a customer, I learned of Dan Johnson at Continuum Antiques and Oldlamp.com in Orleans, MA.
I went to Dan’s shop and saw the largest collection of old Holophane lights and reflectors/refractors I have ever seen! Some were in their original state, others restored to their original beauty and many re-purposed into beautiful new fixtures and lamps.
Dan recently reached out to me announcing his new updated website. If you get into the history of Holophane you need to check out his website. You will find some truly one-of-a-kind fixtures as well as some old favorites.
If you’re ever in the Cape Cod area, stop in Dan’s shop – you will be amazed."
Sue Ormiston, Director Sales Support, Acuity Brands (Holophane Lighting Company)
"Just wanted to send you this note to let you know how pleased we are with our new chandelier. It is so beautiful and fits into our dining room theme perfectly. Again, Thank You!"
"Thank you for the tour of your shop last weekend. No better way to spend a rainy day while we were there. So glad we emailed you before we got there."
Bob & Janet
"Dan, thanks for getting our fixtures back so fast, they look better than new, you did such a good job. Now I'm looking around the house for something else to bring you. And my husband thought they weren't worth fixing. Ha!"