Grand Light is restoring the massive historic silver chandeliers from the famous Newark Penn Station, the centerpiece of Pennsylvania Railroads and one of the busiest rail stations in the country.
Grand Light is restoring the historic interior lighting fixtures from the historic Lambert Castle, is located in Paterson, New Jersey. The property was added to the National Register of Historic Places on June 3, 1976 for its significance in art, architecture, and industry.
Grand Light was selected to create custom replications of a chandelier, wall sconce, and torchiere that is original to the building. In order to accurately replicate the intricate metalwork and detailing of each fixture, new custom molds will be cast using the lost wax method of replication.
Grand Light designed and manufactured custom pendant lights replicating the style of an existing interior historic fixture for the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. The pendants were constructed with aluminum and include six custom acrylic panels fitted by Grand Light technicians to each custom pendant.
Grand Light fabricated four hand-crafted custom chandeliers. Three of the chandeliers were 15-light fixtures measuring 30" W x 70" H. The fourth chandelier was be a bit smaller measuring 36" W x 36" H and featuring 10 lights.
Grand Light has been selected to restore numerous historical fixtures including chandeliers, lanterns, wall sconces, stoups, and pendant lights. Lighting restoration specialist traveled to Paterson, NJ to pack and deliver these historic fixtures to Grand Light's restoration and custom lighting manufacturing factory in Seymour, CT.
Grand Light restored historic 70 year two-light wall sconces with hand-painted mica shades bearing Theodore Roosevelt's initials for the Weehawken High School in Weehawken, NJ.
Grand Light was selected to restore and refinish ten chandeliers from the school's auditorium, as well as creating custom exit sign faceplates with a matching finish.