Hudson: Colonial Revival Bowl-Shade Chandelier

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Era: 1912-1922
Historical Style: Colonial Revival
The Hudson's graceful lines make each lighting part - canopy, finial, loops, and arms - a component that collaborates to make the shade the focal point of the fixture. The appeal of this exercise in cooperation is as evident today as it was to Colonial Revival lighting designers, and in short or long lengths, the Hudson retains its graceful proportions.

Bowl-shade chandeliers of all shapes and sizes were found in American homes and commercial spaces from the early 1900s well into the modern day. With a simple glass shade, they suit the open, spacious feel of large rooms in bungalows and foursquares. Decorative Neoclassical shades complement high-style Colonial Revival interiors.

For a bowl chandelier with a more pronounced presence, try the Angeline, Clifton, or Patton Valley.

12 finishes.
Standard incandescent sockets or energy-saving GU24. — Annie Thornton

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