12" Schoolhouse Style Pendant Light and Downrod, Aluminum



This charming pendant light has a roughly 12" diameter schoolhouse style opal glass shade fitted to a brushed aluminum shade holder, downrod and canopy. Fully assembled, the light is 34" long. The shade holder is 5" in diameter, the downrod is 21" long, and the canopy is 6 1/2" in diameter. A manufacturer's label shows the fixuture was manufactured by Rejuvenation Lighting. The wiring appears to be in good condition but has not been tested. The opal 12" x 8 1/2" glass shade has a 6" fitter. This light was salvaged from a house in Martinsville, Virginia, built in 1940 by architect William Roy Wallace. This house fell victim to an electrical fire and was condemned. As a result, the Dawgs were enlisted by the owners to tackle this sentimental job. This property and items from it are featured on Season 10, Episode 9, of the Diy Network show, "Salvage Dawgs". Weight: 5 lbs. Fully Assembled Overall Measurements: 12(L) x 12(W) x 34(H)

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