In the late 19th century, American decorative arts
witnessed a departure from the excessive ornamentation that was synonymous to the Victorian era. One of the most enduring pieces from this design movement is the Mission Lamp
, which features the flat panels and linear design patterns the mission revival style is known for. The simplicity of design, with its play on horizontal and vertical lines, allows the workmanship behind the pieces to come through. The minimal embellishments also draw attention to the functionality and purpose of these works.
Our stained glass lamp reproduction
illustrates a geometric design at center with blue, green and cream colors
. The pattern is surrounded by lighter colors of white and cream to give the overall look a bright finish
. The same design repeats on all for sides of this lampshade. The Mission Design
is retrained in simplicity in comparison to ornate patterns popular at the same time from the Victorian Age
**This is a tall lamp which ships in two boxes. Materials
Stem and lampshade reach a combined height of 29"H. Lampshade is 15"W x 15"D.**
: Reproduction Stained Glass shade, resin metal base, pull string light switch. Light bulbs not included.