Vintage Hardware & Lighting

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2000 W. Sims Way
Port Townsend, WA 98368

About Vintage Hardware & Lighting

  • Vintage Hardware & Lighting manufactures and distributes authentic reproduction antique lighting and hardware for home and commercial use. We produce indoor and outdoor lighting fixtures and cabinet & home hardware. We offer Victorian, Deco and Arts & Crafts re-creations. Also do special "custom" work from antiques or designs. Have supplied Hollywood studios and historic buildings across the US, Britain and Europe.
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Products by Vintage Hardware & Lighting

  • Art Deco Chandelier & many others

    We have made fine quality home & commercial hardware and lighting duplications since 1978. We MAKE all periods of antique chandeliers and sconces; floor grilles; door hardware in many antique styles with mortised locks. We re-create lighting from 1840 thru 1950 and can accomplish re-creations... Read more
  • Rococo Chandelier

    6 light is really quite impressive with dripping rococo elements of grapes and leaves. Bunches of grapes drip from every conceivable place while the heavy decorative chain, pictured below, popular 1840-50, with over-sized detailed leaves, repeat one of the most popular decorative themes of the... Read more