Wall Lights

Glass wall lights tended to be items that weren’t seen in homes until the early part of the 19th century. Following on from the introduction and use of girandoles in the domestic setting, glass wall lights became highly fashionable items to own for a dining room or hall from 1810 onwards. With the introduction of the grand glass houses owned by Parker or Blades wall lights became customisable and interchangeable jewelled items to be hung on your wall. Fashioned from cut leaded glass and ormolu Ronald Phillips holds an extensive stock early 19th century Regency wall lights to fit any space, whether it be a two light, four or six light pair that you seek.