A flush-mount fixture with brass castings and body, the McKenna's fixed length makes it a good fit in homes with lower ceilings or smaller rooms.
We were taken with this unusual Colonial Revival design (circa 1910-1925) when we spotted it in a Portland home. The bent rectangular tubing that forms its scrolled arms is particularly unusual, as many Colonial-era lighting designs employed round-edged parts.
Quantities are limited. In the event of unfulfilled orders, customer will be contacted.
Cast arms, spun tulip-shaped shade holders, and beaded neck
Your choice of 3-6 arms
12 hand-applied finishes
Compatible with 2-1/4"ќ fitter shades
For a dropped chandelier, see the Hamlin.
For a matching sconce, see the Jasper.
Light count : 4"
Socket : Incandescent
Switch : None
Maximum fixture wattage per socket : 60W
UL Listing : UL Listed Damp
Canopy width : 6.13"
Overall fixture width : 21-1/2"
Overall fixture length : 19.32"
Shade height : 5"