Lighting & Light Fixtures - A Hammerworks Company
Handcrafted Colonial Lighting Fixtures
"Since 1979 One Goal, One Passion... To Bring Yesteryear To Light"
A Legacy Of Authentic Craftsmanship


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Lighting & Light Fixtures is handcrafted with pride in the
U.S.A. UL Approved
Showroom Hours & Location

Monday: Customer Service By Phone
Showroom Closed

Tuesday-Friday  8AM-5PM
Saturday: 10AM-2PM

6 Fremont St
Worcester, MA 01603

Important Metal Chandelier Information
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All metal and wooden chandeliers can accommodate a 60 watt bulb per socket
Chandeliers come with two feet of chain and ceiling canopy. Additional chain is
$7.00 per foot
Antique Tin Chandelier Lighting Fixtures
Our antique tin chandelier lighting fixtures can be used in a wide variety of
settings. The arm structure of the CH-120 (below left) offers a truly primitive
look.  Available in 4 arm  and 6 arm style, chandelier will enhance any room in a
Colonial restoration or reproduction home.
Antique Tin Chandelier          
CH122  (6 Arms )
Height   18"                                     
Width     28"
Antique Brass  $479.00
Antique Tin        $469.00
Antique Tin Chandelier          
CH120    (6 Arms)
Height   20"                                     
Width     24"
Antique Brass  $519.00
Antique Tin        $509.00
Also Available
Antique Tin Chandelier        
CH120A    (4 Arms)
Height  20"
Width    24"
Antique Brass  $459.00
Antique Tin        $449.00
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Antique Tin Chandeliers
These CH120 tin chandeliers are a great addition to any rustic home or
commercial setting. Our Company was chosen by
Ferry Hayes &
Allen Design in Atlanta, GA to craft lighting fixtures for a newly built
members lodge at
Brights Creek golf course in North Carolina.
Along with chandeliers, we provided  wall sconces and hanging
lanterns throughout this complex. See more photos of the
Creek project here.
 Colonial  lighting