Do you wonder about the value of the sconces hanging in the entrance hall?

Are the crystals on your chandelier period to the piece, or replacements?

Should sell your antique lights with the house, or sell them separately?______________________________________________________________________________________________


We will review your chandelier and give you an 'Antiques Roadshow' write up on your light via email, using your provided photos as a reference. Don't worry, we know about every kind of age and style of lighting out there.

Please email us your closeup photos, tell us anything you know about your items, and we will respond with a Paypal invoice.

We will send you everything there is to know about your light back in an email. The write up will include every pertinent detail regarding your piece, as well as an auction value, retail value, and wholesale value of every piece.

See the sample below!

This piece is a gold painted cast aluminum Art Deco styled chandelier with Tudor Revival influences, made in the United States around the 1930's. This piece has been fitted with parchment shades and updated candle covers.

The ceiling canopy is not original, and was likely added to this piece sometime after the 1960's, but is more than likely quite modern. The wiring and chain is updated and appropriate for the fixture. Most pieces of this style were designed and manufactured in Chicago, and commonly distributed by the Sears and Roebuck catalog and similar retailers at the time.

The condition is very fine for the age. This is an excellent example of 1930's Art Deco lighting!

Antique Retailer Value

$300-450 (Plus Tax & Shipping)

High End Antique Auction

$150-225 (Minus Selling Fees)

Ebay Auction

$125-175 (Minus Selling Fees)

Email us several photos of your light, and we will respond with a Paypal invoice. Send photos to: