Antique French Bronze Lighting
Between the 19th and 20th centuries in France, an array of products for illumination mushroomed as electricity was introduced. The country experienced a major shift, from the conventional candles to the novel energy. In the succeeding years, a lot of old items were changed from a single source to another. Even in the new millennium, there are still plenty of antique French bronze lighting pieces available in the market.
At Sparrows Incorporated, its antique French bronze lighting pieces range from chandeliers, sconces and lamps. The retail shop has been in the market since 1973 which has been managed by the Kramer couple, Henning and Nancy. Their business has been providing clients with the finest quality. Vintage lovers will surely be amazed with what is in stored in their 10, 000 square feet showroom with an inventory that is continuously modified.
Even just watching the antique French bronze lighting pieces right in the store of Sparrows Incorporated, will surely get you digging what articles have been inspired from the Classical Era. You will find that there are numerous collections perfect for every corner in commercial spaces and residential areas. The retail shop also sells other fixtures such as Provencal pottery, mantels, mirrors, tables, clocks, sculpture, paintings and Majolica faicence, among the others.
The antique French bronze lighting pieces of Sparrows Incorporated originated from different European periods such as Renaissance, Gothic and Regence. The articles have been made from wood like cherry, mahogany, oak, pine and walnut, among the others. For those who are interested, you can visit the retail shop’s showroom at 4115 Howard Avenue, Kensington, Maryland. You can also take a peek at its online gallery by logging on to their website at www.sparows.com.
Louis XV style has eight arms made out of bronze and crystal. Rewired for American current, it has a diameter of 21 inches by 38.5 inches. It is sold at US$4, 500.
Napoleon III style has eighteen arms made out of clear ruby gems. Of gilt bronze launched in the 1900, it has a diameter of 30 inches by 46 inches. It is sold at US$11, 500.
Art Moderne is made out of marble intended to be placed on the floor. Constructed of piled alternating Carrera rounds, it has a silk shade from the 1930’s. It is sold at US$2, 500.
Louis XVI has 4 candelabra arms purposely constructed to be placed on the table. Made out of bronze and crystal, it should be facing in one direction for its natural charm to be seen. It is sold at US$4, 200.