Aside from new lighting, they carry antiques and offer a custom made service too....with choices of metal finish, shade or art glass color, fixture length, switch, vaulted/sloped ceiling mount, and more, you can customize our light fixtures to meet your specific needs.
This classic Lombard line can be custom ordered in 15 colors - cool for all of those porches, pantries, hallways and more.
A variation in green.
Classic opal bell shade in blue...comes in 6 other colors.
This is an Oak chandelier, circa 1910, is from the Arts & Crafts period.
This converted gas to electric fixture, c.1900 is well, extraordinary.
And if you didn't find what you needed, try HIPPO HARDWARE ... another Portland lighting and hardware institution. They have 30,000 sq. ft. full of lighting, hardware, architectural pieces, and plumbing. The cool thing is they specialize in items from 1850 - 1960.... and yes, I miss them too. My antique warehouse was down Burnside and I'd run up to them for hardware on a regular basis.