A French Art Deco alabaster light fixture from the 1930s comprising a veined alabaster campaniform bowl carved with a beaded molding, suspended by braided electrified silk cords and a matching alabaster canopy. The highly-figured alabaster polished and translucent stone, reminiscent of classical marble, along with the carved frieze adorning it both suggest Antiquity while providing a warm ambient glow. This French carved veined alabaster ceiling light, circa 1930, would bring elegance into lobbies or any large space, complementing a classic as well as contemporary decor. This alabaster chandelier has been wired for the US market.
19 in. (48 cm)