Spanish 1910s Bronze and Glass Hexagonal Lantern with Three Lights and Volutes

A Spanish hexagonal bronze lantern from the early 20th century, similar to the style of the Plaza de España built for the great exhibition of 1929. Created in Spain during the early years of the 20th century, this bronze lantern features an hexagonal tapering body with glass panels, topped with volutes converging towards the canopy. Made in a style that will be showcased a couple of decades later in the Plaza de España built for the exhibition of 1929, the lantern presents three lights connected to a central shaft. Professionally rewired for the US, this Spanish bronze lantern circa 1910 will will bring an elegant presence to any home!
Place of Origin: Spain
Period: 20th Century
Dimensions: 17.75" Diameter x 33.5"H
Inventory Number: MC6
Price: $4,950