The Colonial Revival period ,1910-1940, is sometimes referred to as neo-Georgian, due to its striking resemblance to the earlier Georgian and federal styles. The antique lighting detail were Williamsburg style fixtures and sconces. There were also a similarity to the Arts and Crafts period with hammered metal on sconces and lanterns. Use of wrought iron also prevalent.
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