A rare and stunningly beautiful set of four Birmingham Guild of Handicraft copper and brass light fixtures, possibly designed by Arthur Dixon (only one set showing but four available,) - stamped marks to underside of the Voyseyesque shaped copper & brass ceiling rose and also stamped to underside of gallery. Circa 1895.
Height of rose approx 5.25" , height of main brass body approx 10". Each vaseline shade approx 9" - so overall drop when hung from ceiling approx 24".
The rose may be attached to a wall instead of ceiling and the lights hung as wall lights rather than a celing light - see images.
With four matching stunning bullet shaped vaseline glass art nouveau period shades to go with these (quite rare to find a matching set of four high quality shades).
Professionally re-wired for UK use.
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