A stunning pair of large, brass candle sconces from the earliest part of the 19th century, made in the Netherlands. These immense Dutch fixtures have extraordinary scroll form arms that have been adorned with hammered brass acanthus leaves that grow like vines on the burly brass scrolls. The sconces allow for large candles, which will look breathtaking once they have melted down, with dripping wax collected in brass bobeches. One bobeche has been slightly damaged. The brass has an aged patina that is has acquired in its 200+ year lifetime. c.1800.
A wonderful lamp to add with your antiques. Fabric drum shade sits on this fine glass lamp of great scale, works well from all angles. Base is a square shape acrylic with an acrylic finial. Two bulbs light this fixture with drop down pulls.
Invigorate your space by adding a modern touch with this cool square alabaster lamp. Its interesting stacked square block design gives it a contemporary look while its clean, white stone finish makes it a perfect fit for rooms with more traditional decor. Tapered square natural paper shade.
An adorable adjustable brass accent lamp. The brass has a warm, rubbed finish that gives these new lamps a somewhat antique appearance. The height can be adjusted (20 1/2″H minimum / 30″H maximum) with the turn of a knob. The fabric insulated electrical cord has been left exposed, and is fed through brass eyes, giving these fixtures an interesting and unique design. The custom linen shade is secured with a brass finial, adorned with a clear quartz crystal. These lamps can be used just about anywhere. We at Fireside all have them in our personal homes. Join the club and add these versatile lamps to your interior! Available for individual purchase for $560.00 each or $1120.oo per pair. We currently have 3 in stock, please inquire for availability.
Luce de Vino reproduction chandelier, based on antique French bottle dryers. The fixture shown holds 80 bottles and can be purchased with or without bottles. They can always be changed out as you enjoy your vino!
Louis XVI-style painted and gold-gilt chandelier from the early 1900’s. This 6 light chandelier is very elegant with unexpected details. String of pearls surrounds the candle caps that all have their own arm which bends down with gold leaves and hole detailing, very unique.
This stunning reproduction chandelier would work marvelously is a larger dining room or living space. With three tiers and fifteen candelabras, the size and scale of the chandelier is the first thing you’ll notice. Closer inspection reveals carefully carved wood torches that are finished in a warm, calm antique white as well as numerous carved wood tassels and clear drop crystals. The iron surfaces have an aged, rusty patina.
A fabulous pair of five-light brass and crystal sconces from 19th century France. Each sconce is decorated with beautiful crystals suspended from the antique brass frame. These fixtures have been cleaned and wired for U.S..
French Bouillotte lamp with its original painted tole shade. Bouillotte is a card game, popular in France during the 18th & 19th centuries. For light, they would use a bouillotte lamp. This particular one is brass with 3 candelabra arms, now U.S.. wired. As the candles would burn down one would use a key, where the shade connects the middle shaft, to lower the shade as the candles burned down. Allowing the players to be free of glare. 1880’s or earlier.
Stunning pair of 2 light candelabra girandoles with clear crystal blown glass sections in the centers, extending to the top. Brass arms hold a lovely collection of clear crystal drops. Now U.S.. electrified, late 1800s
This small, decorative table lamp has been fashioned using an ornate bronze column that rests on a square marble base. The column’s shaft features a gnarly tree with sparrows circling in pursuit of its precious fruit. The column’s base is decorated with layered peacock feathers and atop its capital rests a small, square piece of marble that matches the base. The lamp has been cleaned and newly wired for US. White linen shade.
A gorgeous carved candlestick from the middle 1800’s, once used in a church, has been converted to a floor lamp. Starting with the top, carved gold gilt leaves to swooping carved leaves accented by a magnificent green paint finish, the candlestick tapers down and sits above an impressive concave triangular base with carved swirls and accents. Wired for the US.
An impressive pair of tall hand carved silver gilt candlesticks from France. See detailed pictures of the impressive detail and patina! An one point these candlesticks were wired for lamps, they have white candle covers hiding the wiring hardware. 1880’s