Made by Robert Abbey.
The neoclassical "Tucker" collection was named for St. George Tucker, a noted Virginia jurist, abolitionist, and law professor at the College of William and Mary in the first decades of the new republic, when the neoclassic style of this collection was popular. Tucker’s original house faces Market Square in Colonial Williamsburg’s "Revolutionary City".
The Tucker handsome metal fretwork is inspired by a late 18th-century Sheffield-silverplated wine coaster. This distinctive fret pattern is carried through the design of the WILLIAMSBURG Large Tucker Flush Mount Ceiling Light.
The Tucker represents the style legacy of the WILLIAMSBURG brand, where trend meets tradition. Proceeds benefit The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, preserving America's past and inspiring future generations.Shown in polished nickel.
- Top of Shade: 14"D
- Base: 16.75"D
- Overall Height: 4.75"H
3 X 40W 120V E26 (medium base) Type B incandescent lamps (not included)