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Primitive Lighting Fixtures by American Folk Artist and Tinsmith James Glynn

Primitive, Period Handcrafted Tin Lighting Fixtures
by Master Tinsmith James Glynn

Museum Quality Reproductions
Designed To Your Specifications, Shipped In A Timely Manner Order Online Today!

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About Our Primitive Lighting Fixtures
The primitive punched tin light fixtures offered by Master Tinsmith James Glynn are perfect wall lighting for bathroom, kitchen, window lighting or dining rooms. The hand made electric & battery fixtures have special candle bulbs to create the feeling of colonial candlelight. They can also be fitted with long burning battery powered candles which eliminates the need for electrical wiring.

Master Tinsmith James Glynn
Master Tinsmith
James Glynn


North Church Signal Lantern - click here to view  gallery
Lanterns & Lamps
Lighting fixtures like these handcrafted, primitive reproductions were used in the finest homes of our forefathers. Original designs are created from research on museum pieces and private collections. Special attention has been given to the handmade tinware finish that provides the look of an 18th century lantern, and is ideal for a colonial or country primitive décor.

 


Chandeliers by James Glynn

Chandeliers
James Glynn, Tinsmith, has been creating museum quality chandeliers for over 25 years. Each tin chandelier is individually handcrafted in Glynn’s shop near historic Fredericksburg, VA. He utilizes many of the same tools that our forefathers used when they created these lighting fixtures centuries ago. The hand rubbed finish is carefully applied to create a patina similar to old pewter for an ideal look in colonial or country home lighting.
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Wall Sconces  
Reproduction Tin wall sconces designs are based on original patterns found in museums and private collections. They are exact replicas of pieces produced 200 years ago. Shown here is a reproduction of a tavern sconce.

 


Window Candles by Jame Glynn
Window Candles
This reproduction window light has a primitive handcrafted tin candle stand with a battery powered lighted candle. It looks like the real thing except it is flameless & dripless.

Tinderbox Candle Stand
This tinderbox will draw a lot of attention on your coffee table. The inside contains a flint, striker and extinguisher.

 

 

 
 

Jim Glynn has been selected a number of times for the Early American Life Directory of Traditional American Crafts
Featured in Early American Life Magazine

James Glynn’s tinware has been featured in many publications including the
New York Times, Colonial Homes Magazine,
Early American Life.

Contact:
Glynn's Tinware

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