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    Posted 6 years ago

    SpiritBear
    (810 items)

    I believe it was a hanging light fixture, due to the 3 screw-holes. It has a gorgeous warm tone to the crystal glass wheat pattern and will one day grace this home or another I will have.

    I think it screams 1930s. $5 at the thrift store.

    I'd like to know:
    Age
    Pattern name
    Manufacturer?

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    1. Candlewicker, 6 years ago
      Hi! I think what you have here is by the manufacturer Candlewick. I have been researching these light fixtures because I just found some in the house I just bought.

      What you are thinking of as "screw holes" are actually holes that chain was threaded through. The other end of the chain was attached to the ceiling fixture. Look up Candlewick light fixtures and you'll see what I mean.
      CW

    2. SpiritBear, 6 years ago
      Thank you, Candlewicker.

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