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Historic Howard Hughes Arts and Craft Owl Chandelier


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Historic craftsman made chandelier from Howard Hughes Lake Tahoe home. This chandelier was commissioned in the 1920s for a home that built for Tasker Oddie, a New York lawyer who became Nevada's 12th Governor. The home then passed to an English Lord, the descendent of the Duke of Wellington and then sold to Hughes. This chandelier is one-of-a-kind. Craftsman made with iron pipe, wrought limb stumps added. Natural brown patina. The nine owls each have a light are made of cast iron and welded to the frame. Included is a picture showing it installed in the great room in front of the fireplace. 80" x 50" x 32"

PERIOD: Early 20th Century

ORIGIN: Nevada, United States

SIZE: 80" x 50"

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