In 1887, England declared an imperial holiday to commemorate Queen Victoria's 50th year on the throne - her "golden jubilee." Public celebrations occurred across the empire. Photographs from India show a distinctive array of glass lanterns illuminating the occasion, representing the hybrid of Anglo and Indian design sensibilities. The Hampton three-light pendant reproduces these historic, mouth-blown glass lanterns. While the oversized bell jar originally held a reservoir of whale oil, Hudson Valley suspends a candelabra array to provide warm light without the mess. The upper shade deflected the oil's thick smoke to prevent it from staining the ceiling.
- Dimensions: 12" in diameter x 25" high
- Weight: 14 lbs
- Finish: Old Bronze
- Shade/Diffuser: Clear Glass
- Bulb type: three 60-watt E12 Candelabra (not included)
- Safety rating: UL Damp