19th Century French Hallway Lantern


19th Century

  • £380.00
  • €416 Euro
  • $469 US Dollar

United Kingdom

Hoarde Vintage Member since 2016
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Antique Gilt Brass Pendant Light Fitting with Handpainted Glass Panels. Picked up on a recent trip to Provence in Southern France. Beautifully handpainted glass panels which really do illuminate wonderfully which these alternate with clear glass to let through some light and it allows you to see the painting on the reverse of the painted ones. It is in good vintage order, there is wear and tear here and there but this adds to it’s charm. It has also been completely and sympathetically rewired and then safety tested by our professional electrician.

Hanging 73cm high x 20cm wide. The hanging height could be reduced by shortening the chain

Delivery to mainland UK is £15.


  • H: 73cm (28.74in)
  • W: 20cm (7.87in)
  • D: 20cm (7.87in)


19th Century

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