Mexican Tin lantern Pendant entry light. M931

A nearly perfect example of an early Mexican multi panel tin lantern in near perfect ready to use condition. Circa 1930. Once common to homes in Mexico, Texas, California and Arizona back in the day.   One of the least known, most versatile, and most beautiful expressions of Mexican folk art is hojalata (tin art work), also ...

Mexican Colonial Revival Style Wrought Iron Hanging Lantern L469

Mexican Colonial Style Hooded Hanging Lantern in wrought iron. Painted a medium dark green. Heavy and well made... I believe these were made back in the 60's when this style first had a revival as I have had at least one other in the last 10 years of my business. Large and really makes a ...

Crouse-Hinds Vintage Industrial Light L442

Architectural lighting fixture. Has a huge presence as an object in itself. Crouse-Hinds was originally founded in 1894 by a factory superintendent and former mechanic, Jeff Lorenzo Hinds and a 25 year old entrepreneur named Huntington Beard Crouse. Its first product was a changeable headlight for trolley cars and they were one of the original producers ...