1965 Emerson Pendant Kitchen Light Fixture
1965 Emerson Pendant Kitchen Light Fixture
1965 Emerson Pendant Kitchen Light Fixture
1965 Emerson Pendant Kitchen Light Fixture
1965 Emerson Pendant Kitchen Light Fixture
1965 Emerson Pendant Kitchen Light Fixture
1965 Emerson Pendant Kitchen Light Fixture
1965 Emerson Pendant Kitchen Light Fixture

1965 Emerson Pendant Kitchen Light Fixture

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This 1965 vintage, (model # 1010-1) mid century modern kitchen light by Emerson has a distinctive silhouette made by a harp-shaped black tubular frame, a brushed brass finish shade, and a clear glass chimney seated in a brushed brass chimney holder. The fixture comes with its original canopy and chain, and has a new top wire and an added ground for safety. This light has been tested by our staff and is working condition. 

Dimensions

13” High x 15” Wide 

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