French Copper and Glass Tapering Four-Light Lanterns with Spheres, Sold Each

Two French copper four-light lanterns from the 20th century with glass panels, tapering silhouettes and petite spheres. These two French copper lanterns from the 20th century, each featuring four lights, present an elegant lighting solution with their gracefully tapering silhouettes and charming design elements. The lanterns are crowned with a decorative canopy, followed by petite spheres below that add a touch of discreet sophistication to the upper section, a design motif that is harmoniously balanced by a larger spheric finial at the bottom. Encased within four glass panels, the lights within promise to cast a warm and inviting glow in any setting. Having been professionally rewired for use in the USA, these lanterns are not only aesthetically pleasing but also fully functional and ready to illuminate modern spaces with a historical charm. Ideal for an entryway, hallway, or kitchen area, these lanterns can serve as the centerpiece of a room or accentuate the existing decor with their classic elegance and patinated copper tones. Their historical design, combined with contemporary functionality, makes them a perfect choice for those looking to blend antique beauty with modern living requirements. Whether used individually to highlight a specific area or as a pair to symmetrically illuminate a larger space, these copper lanterns will add a timeless appeal and a sophisticated ambiance to any home. Priced and sold individually, they offer flexibility in decor planning and placement.
Place of Origin: France
Period: 20th Century
Dimensions: 14.5"W x 14.5"D x 35.4"H
Inventory Number: YY86E
Price: $3,500 (Each)