Originated in the 1920s, the School House Pendant showcases functional lines and opaque glass globes. It was used to decorated classrooms, libraries and even courthouses. School House pendants have withstood the test of time and are often used to give commercial and residential spaces a vintage or retro look. This fixture once hung in the office of Vice President Thomas R. Marshall. Thomas R. Marshall served as the 28th Vice President of the United States to President Woodrow Wilson from 1913-1921. Marshall also served as the 27th Governor of the State of Indiana. Pictured is the vintage School House Pendant. Limited quantities available. Dimensions reflect the shade only, 3' of chain.