Stunning antique lighting fills this Junction showroom. Arts and Crafts and deco pieces—including a large selection of glass table lamps by Tiffany and Handel—take pride of place, but true to its name, Eclectic Revival features lighting from a variety of bygone eras. Owner Peter Breese sources items from a network of dealers across North America and also does repairs and restorations. And though he rewires all pieces—ceiling fixtures, sconces and lamps—Breese prefers to keep the aged patina of his treasures intact: nothing is too polished. Prices run the gamut: a trendy-again 1920s schoolhouse pendant costs $165, and a museum-quality 1870s gas chandelier is $65,000. A wall showcases indoor and outdoor sconces; hand-blown shades by glasswork giants Steuben, Tiffany and Quezal (from $300) are available.
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