Hall Lamps Photos

Ceiling lamps in American entry halls were simple and tended to clear glass shades.

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Hall lamp with smoke bell & engraved glass Rotch-Jones-Duff House. New Bedford, MA.Staircase at General Daniel Bissell House. St. Louis, MO.Glass oil ceiling lamp in Jonathan Goldsmith House at Hale Farm. Cleveland, OH.Hanging glass lamp at Kellum-Noble House at Sam Houston Park. Houston, TX.
Hall lamp with smoke bell & engraved glass (c1830) Rotch-Jones-Duff House. New Bedford, MA.Staircase at General Daniel Bissell House. St. Louis, MO.Glass oil ceiling lamp in Jonathan Goldsmith House at Hale Farm. Cleveland, OH.Hanging glass lamp at Kellum-Noble House at Sam Houston Park. Houston, TX.
Front hall ceiling pattern & lamp of Moses Myers House museum. Norfolk, VA.Hallway ceiling lamp at French Legation Museum. Austin, TX.Front hall lamp at Grouseland. Vincennes, IN.Pressed glass ceiling lamp in Staiti House at Sam Houston Park. Houston, TX.
Front hall ceiling pattern & lamp of Moses Myers House museum. Norfolk, VA.Hallway ceiling lamp at French Legation Museum. Austin, TX.Front hall lamp at Grouseland. Vincennes, IN.Pressed glass ceiling lamp in Staiti House at Sam Houston Park. Houston, TX.
Hall light fixture with native American beads at Pardee Home Museum. Oakland, CA.Lamp with original glass plate photographs of Yosemite Valley by Carleton Watkins at Pardee Home Museum. Oakland, CA.

Hall light fixture with native American beads at Pardee Home Museum. Oakland, CA.Lamp with original glass plate photographs (c1890s) of Yosemite Valley by Carleton Watkins at Pardee Home Museum. Oakland, CA.


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