Classic Reproduction Victorian and Art Deco Lighting.



We are excited to share with you some of our newest Vintage Chandeliers and Wall Sconces from the Victorian and Art Deco time periods. These Antique lights are beautifully recreated with the Lost Wax Casting method (Used to make fine jewelry) 

Whether you are refurbishing a vintage house, restoring a historic building or simply adding a classic touch to your home, these chandeliers and sconces make a wonderful statement. 

From the ornate, elegant, whimsical, and gracefulness of the Victorian to the geometric, clean lines of  Art Deco, we have a option for everyone.

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Video: 1930’s Art Deco, and 1800’s Victorian and Arts & Crafts Ceiling Chandeliers and Sconces

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Some more of the carefully recreated Art Deco, Arts & Crafts, Mission, and Victorian style light fixtures available from Most lights are available in a choice of finish – from polished brass, antiqued brass, oil rubbed finish, or pewter. Energy saving LED light bulbs also available for some lights.

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Antique Lighting, Chandeliers, and Sconces


antique lighting Prior to the industrial age, the lighting of homes and businesses relied on candles, open flame, or kerosene lamps. Antique lighting as we call it today however – refers to what was the new era of lights that came around when lighting by gas was made possible in the early- to mid-1800s. These early gas lights for indoor use were based around existing kerosene lamp designs, but many new designs quickly flourished, and can still be seen among vintage or antique lights to this day.

Antique Lighting, 1850-1890

The first proper 'period' of antique lighting is often referred to as the Neo-Rococo or Victorian period. Starting in the middle of the 19th century – antique lights in the Rococo (or Neo-Rococo) style often featured romanticized motifs, intricate details, and themes often borrowed from classic European architecture. Here in the US, one of the first official buildings to take full use of such lighting was the White House and Capitol Buildings in  Washington D.C. In fact, many of these types of antique lights can be seen in the movie Lincoln, directed by Steven Spielberg – depicting what these buildings looked like around 1865. Vintage Hardware & Lighting in Port Townsend, WA was asked to provide these detailed recreations for the movie, and they also sell the same antique lighting on their website.

Antique Lighting, 1890-1910

As new design and architecture trends changed, so did the design of the classic vintage lighting styles. Around the turn of the century, newer and styles like Craftsman, Mission, and Arts & Crafts entered the scene – with a cleaner and more refined look. This style of antique lights most predominantly feature straight lines, triangles or squares, and almost never any figural or mythical themes like you would find on the vintage lights from the 1800s. These styles are still very popular today, and has seen a revival in recent years of rustic looking Arts & Crafts chandeliers, sconces, and even hardware such as hammered copper door plates and hinges.

Antique Lighting, 1910-1930

The years before and into the Great Depression were dominated by the Art Deco movement in design. Whenever you see antique lighting labeled Art Deco, you can be sure that it is glamorous and sometimes ornate – blended with a mix of elegant lines and curves. Genuine antique Art Deco lighting can sometimes be found at flea markets or vintage shops, but has by far the largest selection of both genuine antique lights and recreated Art Deco lights, slip shades, hardware, and more.

Vintage Reproduction Mission or Craftsman Style Lighting

Here at Vintage Hardware and Lighting we reproduce quality Mission style lighting . When you need , you have to keep quality in mind first and foremost. Too many people get caught up on price and think that the lighting that is the lowest price is also the best value. However, if you get lights that don't function as they should, or that aren't true to their heritage, you'll quickly realize that you didn't get the best value after all. Look for high quality standards above all other factors when choosing your lighting source, as lighting in your home or business is an investment.

Mission Revival lights are great with Bungalow, Arts & Crafts, Timberframe, Log, and even rustic contemporary homes. First recognized in California & Spanish architecture , original mission lighting was made of brass or copper.

Our authentic mission reproductions are a sampling of the long-lasting, top quality Mission style lights from this period. We include mission chandeliers, craftsman chandeliers, Mission sconces, mission close ceiling lights , mission floor & table lamps , and mission newel post lights , for a complete selection in this popular style. The height of Mission decor was 1890-1915 – with frequent revivals. Today the best-selling light fixtures for new home construction are Mission or Craftsman lighting. If you’re builder cut corners on your lighting and home hardware, you can improve the value of your home by upgrading to quality brass or copper lights in authentic Arts and Crafts or Mission reproductions .

Truly a classic, this Mission sconce is at home with almost every style decor. The squared fitters look great in contemporary settings, as well as Mission. Try this in your log home! Available in four finishes: antiqued brass,polished unlacquered brass, oil rubbed bronze, or nickel finish. This fixture can also be hung with the shade facing up, for a gaslight appearance. Shown with our short mission shade , sold separately,  you can change the look with an Arts and Crafts shade , or milk glass shade that gives it a colonial revival look.

This Mission style candle sconce is one of the earliest gas fixtures around 1840 was a candle shape, with a porcelain candle tube , and "drip saver ", familiar to everyone who had used candle light for generations. This fixture offers a way to light the hallway, bedroom, or bathroom in very little space but tons of charm.

Large rare shaped pan measures just under 14" square. Note the lovely Lost Wax cast center decor and the side panels. All absolutely authentic in every detail. This five light Mission chandelier is also available with art glass metal shades in both the diamond and chain patterns originally made by Sechrist of Denver, Circa 1900.

Fixture uses 2 1/4" fitter shades . Shades are sold separately. We picture 083G as a suggestion, but have over a dozen shades that would fit this chandelier.

Very close ceiling "Mission" light. Diamond and chain pattern lights were originally made by Sechrist of Denver, circa 1900. Our quality brass reproductions are authentic in every detail. Fixture comes in butterscotch glass, green (as shown), and white glass. If you have a single antique shade with 2 ¼” fitter , we make this light with a fitter, although the fitter appears square it uses round top shades.

This is a single 4" fitter shade mission style newel post light. Our fixture is shown in the darkened "antiqued" finish. Perfect for your entryway, at the bottom of the stairs. Arts & Crafts and bungalow homes look great with this decorative touch. Choose from our polished, unlacquered brass which is the original finish used at the turn of the century, and it will age gracefully over time. Or give Mother Nature a little help with oxidation by selecting our already darkened "antique" finish, or an oil rubbed bronze finish.

This Mission table lamp has more than enough light for reading or task lighting. Our fine Mission table or desk light is just the right touch of ambiance for a living room, library, or family room. Try one on each nightstand as a reading light. Two brass pull chain sockets are operated separately, so you control the amount of light used, and we've installed a polarized plug.

With four hundred watts of light, this Mission floor lamp has more than enough light for reading or task lighting. Our fine Mission floor light is just the right touch of ambiance for a living room, library, or family room. Four brass pull chain sockets are operated separately, so you control the amount of light used, up to 400 watts incandescent.

Choose from marble white, green, or butterscotch (pictured) glass by using the drop down menu. The brass shade frame is the classic "J" or diamond design, originating with Sechrist of Colorado at the turn of the century.

Like all our high end lighting, this is made of top quality brass, darkened to an antique finish to work with Arts & Crafts , Bungalow , and Mission decor. The base contains a heavy cast iron load to maintain stability. We offer matching ceiling lights , table lamps , and sconces  in three art glass colors.

Here at Vintage Hardware we have a big selection of mission style lighting and mission style home hardware to suit your taste, décor, and needs. See our entire selection at

Vintage Pool Table Lighting, Game Table Lighting, and Bar Lighting

One of the most important things to have in your game room is the right lighting. Whether it’s for your bar, seating area, game table, or billiard table, you have to have the right lighting to set the mood. Impress your guests with Vintage style fixtures; add character to any type of décor with our reproduction vintage lighting .

Choosing the right lighting is important. For the pool table lights you want a fixture that gives enough light to the entire playing surface of the table. Depending on the size of your table you will need a fixture with a length that runs along the whole table, and direct the light down. The table lighting should eliminate all shadows on the table, including under the rails. When playing pool you need a consistent amount of light over the whole table. 

Vintage Hardware reproduces classic billiard style lighting , and game room lighting.

Turn of the century chandeliers with "question mark" arms were made by companies like Central Electric of Chicago, and by Bailey & Reynolds, and others. Circa 1900, perfect for a farmhouse or timber house, as well as Victorian and Edwardian decor. These lights are examples of the "question mark" design.

This powerful billiard light would have originally been used for a billiard table, but it is equally elegant across a kitchen counter or island. The decorative scrolls can be adjusted downwards and along the arms, giving a few different looks.

This light is perfect for a billiard table, elongated to deliver light evenly across your pool table or bar. With elegant arms adorned with decorative scrolls. This pool table light gives a classic look of a pool hall. Green glass cased shade, white inside. A terrific little shade, since the inside white layer puts clean white light on your task area, while the green upper layer keeps glare out of your eyes. A favorite for billiard table lights and desk lamps. Nice alternative to the standard green or white glass shade, This cased amber outside, white inside shade, has the same effect as the green shade, giving light were you need it, shielding your eyes from glare. See our entire selection of vintage glass shades .

 This light makes excellent card table light or work lighting. Also a simple yet elegant look for a kitchen table or island. We offer a variety of styles in the 2 1/4" fitter shades, or you can use your antique shades, this light is shown with our green billiard style shades . For Mission or Arts & crafts style homes, choose our popular Oil Rubbed Bronze finish.

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Sometimes the traditional Pool table and game room style lighting doesn't go with the decor of your home. Whether you have Arts and crafts, Mission, Art Deco, Art Nouveau, Victorian or Edwardian style décor, chances are we can help you find the perfect lighting to compliment your décor.

 Pendant lighting is classic style lighting over bars. We offer a variety of sizes, styles and finishes. We offer our Pendant lighting with a rod stem or chain style stem, and a variety of fitters, so if you have some antique shades already you can use them on our fixtures. If you do need shades, we offer a variety of different sizes and styles. Did you know that we can put 2-light, 3-light, or 4-light sockets into our schoolhouse and pendant style lights ? As long as the shade is large enough to accommodate the bulbs, you can get up to 400 watts of light into your fixture.

If you have a Victorian style decor in your entertainment room, Vintage Hardware makes a variety of Victorian and Rococo style lighting. With Chandeliers , Single pendants , and Sconces , you can choose the look that suits you best.

This Victorian chandelier would be perfect over a card table. Mitchell, Vance is most commonly known for their surviving Circa 1876 catalog of "Neo-Grecian" lighting, which has been reprinted by Dover Publications. About 15 years after this original catalog had been printed, the company was still making outstanding quality lighting. Among those lights were a handful of long pierced bodied chandeliers that required great skill to make. These fixtures became some of the best quality and highest priced fixtures available on the late Victorian market. The recreation of these long pierced body sections was a trade secret in 1890, and has again become one today. It took us over a year and dozens of failed molds to rediscover the secret of their production. The effort was truly worth it.

This Vintage Hardware & Lighting Exclusive: a very nice impressive solution to low ceiling lighting. This Victorian style light would look great over your game room entrance way or over your bar.. Created from antique references, we present the 14 Series. We made this special light in an Antique Brass finish, to blend with most period decor. We pulled a mold for this light from our 900-pound bronze entry doors that were made in 1870’s by Winslow Brothers of Boston. Our doors originally graced the Boston Bank that was in Manhattan in the 1870’s.The fitter comes from known examples at the turn of the century.  Put these two items together and make them by the lost wax jewelry making process, and you have one heck of a nice light for low ceilings. Not thin metal, but heavy high relief castings that you can be proud of and that also have a known provenance.

S ee all of our Victorian style gas light era lighting , to complement your homes decor.

If you have an Arts and Crafts style game room, we have variety quality Arts and Crafts style  lighting.

Wouldn’t this Art and Crafts pendant light look perfect sitting over your Arts and crafts style bar? Inspired by the classic hammered style of pure arts & crafts, this fixture is heavily cast, not inexpensive sheet metal. Not just an "Arts & Crafts Style" fixture, but each one a true work of art. This ceiling pendant has a 2 1/4" fitter , for a wide variety of glass shade options. By removing all but one or two links in the chain, you can have a close ceiling light.. This light also comes with a matching Arts and Crafts sconce

Perfect for a game table The J. Morgan Arts and Crafts Chandelier is inspired by the classic hammered styles of pure "arts & crafts". Our authentic reproduction is hand cut from thick, solid sheets of copper, and hammered thousands of blows. Made one at a time for you! It gets quite a lot of attention in our showroom, and looks every bit as authentic as an original from early 1900's.

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This antique chandelier is probably the most bar like light any one has ever made. Fantastic and RARE five light theme chandelier from Gill Manufacturing Circa 1930. This light is a genuine antique, we only have one of these lights so once its gone, its gone.. Gill called this series, that used a keg motif for a shade, “Novel Lighting Fixtures “.  In his catalog he says that these fixtures were for “Taverns“, “Rathskellers” and “Tap Rooms”. He brags in the '30s catalog, that the glass keg shades are true reproductions of real wood carvings.  The series did contain single shade light fixtures of various sizes but this chandelier was top of the line. This light would make a great conversation piece in your wine cellar tasting room too.

Which ever style lighting you are looking to match the décor in your game room, or over your bar, look to Vintage Hardware , with hundreds of different high quality lighting options. If you can not find what you are looking for, or are looking to match existing lighting, we also do custom work, so we can reproduce your antique light fixtures for you.

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Vintage Reproduction Schoolhouse Lighting and Pendant Lighting

  Make Sure You're Buying Quality! When it comes to schoolhouse lights and pendant lighting , it can be tempting to choose a cheap option, every discount dept. store and hardware store has cheaply made versions of schoolhouse lights . You likely have many other rehab projects going on at the same time, and many people think that it doesn't really make that much of a difference. However, the quality of lighting in your building or home can change the entire mood.

When you choose a quality supplier who pays attention to the little details, it can really turn a room from average into truly breath taking and authentic. The company you choose should be experienced in the field, and providing authentic replica antique schoolhouse lights requires many years of research and a deep understanding of vintage lighting needs. Don't choose a company who's just breaking into the field and will use your project as an opportunity to figure it all out.

Schoolhouse and Pendant lighting looks great in your kitchen. Hanging over a center island or bar can add an elgant touch. For dramatic effect hang a series of pendant lights at different lengths to add demension, character and draw your eye around the room.

You're likely to have the best experience if you choose a company that doesn't just do this for the money, but really is committed and dedicated to creating authentic vintage replicas. You should also consider who their previous customers have been, as that's often an indicator of how passionate they are. For example, when you find out that we have worked on television and movie sets, and in the White House and capitol historic restoration, you'll realize that's a pretty good indicator that we're doing reliable quality work.

The right fixture and shade on your schoolhouse light or pendant light can make all the difference on your project. we use quality opal glass shades are not just clear glass sprayed white. See our art deco style shades like the 0100g and the 098g , giving your light more personality and depth than regular round globes.

We offer schoolhouse lights that are hung from a chain, or using a "pipe" or rod, different size fitters, and in several metal finishes. Choose a company that's been working with these projects for many years and who is on the cutting edge of technology for "green" savings, as well as a vintage look We offer the new univeral 4-prong CF bulbs and socket for long term economy, four start energy rated.

When you buy one of our fixtures you have the option ofone of our hand applied finishes , choose from our classic Polished Brass, left unlacquered, it naturally ages and develops a lovely patina. Our Antique Brass Finish is very popular, giving the brass an aged look that blends well with existing old lighting and hardware. Our Oil Rubbed bronze finish gives the fixture a deep almost black finish, that when the light hits just right, looks lovely. We also offer a Pewter finish; this gives the light a muted silver tone, and a nickel plated brass, for a more modern, "clean" look. .

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