The ‘Pental’ mini pendant is made from steel and comes in six metallic finishes. It’s from Hubbardton Forge (hubbardtonforge.com). This reversible latch in solid brass adds curves to Tudor or Colonal Revival casement windows. (signaturehardware.com) RIGHT BOTTOM lighting & hardware Mission sconces. Electric-era lighting was upgraded as designs come in styles Colonial technology changed, so you don’t Revival to Sputnik. necessarily have to stick to the original period of your house. hardware styles repeat in Colonial styles dating from be- cycles. The 1910s and ’20s saw fore 1820, even if available elec- such revivals as crystal and glass trified, include patinated cop- doorknobs, and hammered iron per lanterns, chandeliers with entry sets. By the 1930s, rus- “candle tapers,” onion lamps, tic black strap hinges could be and mirrored sconces. Gaslight- found in timbered Tudors and era is another name for late- Spanish Colonial haciendas. Victorian period lighting, usu- Jazz Age hardware shows ally electrified in reproduction, machine- age origins; postwar including designs adapted from designs may flaunt Modern fixtures that would have burned style and materials. gas (shades face up rather than down). Arts & Crafts lighting of the period 1890 to 1925 has allusions from English medieval ABOVE to Asian-inspired Californian. Such “bungalow-era” lighting includes Cotswold style, art glass and mica, hammered copper, and 55
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