This vintage (c. 1950's) hobnail milk-glass chandelier is in very good working condition, but has significant patina from age that would be difficult to renew. This chandelier is a great candidate for a repaint or as a shabby chic solution to a quaint space in your home or studio. The hobnail shades all match and are in very good condition with no visible chips, though the bases of the shades do have some minor chips. (The shades sit lightly in the fixture and are secured with red string here at the warehouse.)
The matching shades and body remaining unbroken is a treat! This a great fixture for vintage hobnail enthusiasts! The top wire has been replaced and a ground wire added for safety.
14" High + 16" chain x 20" Diameter
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