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Need help Identifying Antique Chandelier?

Posted by jabiloxi (My Page) on
Mon, Feb 7, 11 at 19:03

Can anybody help me identify this Chandelier? I found it in my Aunts garage after she passed. She and my Uncle were avid collectors of antiques. Anyways, this has been bugging me and I would love it if anyone here might have some idea as to what type of Chandelier this is. Thanks!!


glass shades:

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RE: Need help Identifying Antique Chandelier?

Appears to be copper and caramel slag in the arts and crafts style....about 1900 to 1915.
Linda C

RE: Need help Identifying Antique Chandelier?

In the style of Arts & Crafts, but I do not believe it to be old. The bulb holders are new, the shade holders are of a newer type, the chain is newer type, the shades are not of the quality of the period.

RE: Need help Identifying Antique Chandelier?

Thanks! That was really helpful. So is this worth anything? Just curious.

RE: Need help Identifying Antique Chandelier?

If I was to sell this, would Ebay be the best option? I haven't sold any antiques on Ebay before but I was just wondering. The thing with Antiques is they are so broad, I am learning so much lately it gets pretty overwhelming. Appreciate any advice on value and ways to sell this.

RE: Need help Identifying Antique Chandelier?

Put an ad in your local paper.....and I DO believe it dates from about 1910.
If you go the eBay route you will have to charge a lot to ship.
Craig's list is another option.
Linda C

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