Brighten Your Space With A Historic Light Fixture!
When you walk into Daniels Antiques, you may notice that the
whole gallery is beautifully lit.
What you may not know, is that ALL of our vintage light fixtures are for sale as well!
And each one has its own history and story.
Make your space a little brighter this holiday season with one of our unique light fixtures!
Light the way with these incredible submarine caged lights!
Salvaged from a 1950s submarine, these lights still have their original glass domes.
Hand-polished to a dazzling finish, this pair of light fixtures are sure to make a statement in your space.
Hang them in your office or living room for an excellent conversation starter.
Italian Hand-Blown Glass Globes
These stunning hand-blown glass Italian light fixtures are sure to make a statement in your space.
The entirely-glass globe illuminates a room from a distance, and up close reveals a unique and beautiful texture.
The origins of glassmaking in Venice go back to the times of the Roman Empire when molded glass was used for illumination in bathhouses. By the late 1200s, the production of glass objects of the finest quality was the city’s major industry as confirmed by the establishment of the Glassmakers Guild that laid out rules and regulations for the craftsmen. The purpose of the guild was to safeguard the secrets of the trade and ensure the profitability of the industry. Glassblowing is a glass-forming technique that involves inflating molten glass into a bubble (or parison), with the aid of a blowpipe (or blow tube).
Hang this piece of gorgeous Italian history in your living room, hallway, or office space.
French Industrial Lights
Take a step back into 1940s France with these stunning industrial lights.
Made from its original aluminum and glass, these light fixtures have been hand-polished to expose an elegant authentic finish.
Originally hung in an French industrial warehouse, these lights will add a modern look to any space.
Parisian Search Light
This fully functional search light has recently been rewired. It contains the original glass panel used as a diffuser, and the body has been hand polished.
It has the unique feature of a wall mont, where as it would have originally been mounted at the bottom to the ship body.
Originally part of a pair, it is the last that remains.