I have no clue how old it is but it is hand painted/stenciled and is made of a really soft, satin glass so it has to be older? 1915 old? I highly doubt it but I thought it was pretty. What could I do with it? Ah, the upstairs hallway!
This is the current hallway light:
(apart from the removal of 1992 wallpaper, I have done nothing to the hall yet so the paint splatters are not me! The dust and ugly cat art...is me..)
The fixture is original but the globe looks like something one would find at Menard's for $3 so I've been keeping an eye open for something with more character. I excitedly came home and took down this fixture. The new fixture looked so pretty with the gold paint from previous, previous owner's remodel which I am planning on doing a variation of (eventually) to freshen it up.
OK, you know from the title everything was going too smoothly here. No, I didn't break it! But I did fail to realize the neck around the "new" globe is 1/4 of an inch too big for the fixture. Drat! Well, to look at the positive, I did get that giant dead moth out of the globe which had been bothering me.