About Starkey Antique Lighting
Refurbished Historic Antique Lighting Fixtures
NILES STARKEY takes original antique lighting fixtures and refurbishes them to their historic luster and pairs them with authentic traditional glass shades.
You may purchase finished lighting from his Showroom at his home in Port Townsend, at the Port Townsend Antique Mall, or build your own custom design from hundreds of fixtures, lighting parts, glass crystals, and 5000 glass shades!
Choose your finish and mix and match shades. Also, fixtures are made to measure so bring your measurements for a perfect installation!
All fixtures are rewired and ready for installation (but not UL listed.)
Vintage Lighting Styles from 1870 to 1940, including:
- Art Deco
- Early Electric
- Farm House
Restored Finishes, including:
- Natural Patina
- Dark Bronze
- Patina Brass (live finish)
- Polished Brass
Repairs & Restoration Welcome • Parts Available
Ultrasonic cleaning, machined polished and clear coated for lasting finish. Charges include consultation time and building of fixtures. Shop Labor: $60/hr • Rough Estimates Available
Pricing & Payments
Reasonable & Rational Pricing (Better than anywhere else!)
CASH OR CHECK ONLY • No credit cards accepted
Absolutely NO Shipping!
You Bring & You Pick Up Only (Sorry, NO exceptions.)
Complimentary List of Regional Antique Lighting Companies & Shops
NILES STARKEY has been creating antique lighting since 1980. He lives and works at his home in the historic Victorian seaport, Port Townsend, Washington, with his wife, as well as with Harry the dog and Yoda the cat. He’s an avid gardener, grows vegetables and bamboo, and likes to research and experiment with soil amendments.
Contact Niles by phone to ask questions or to make an appointment: (360) 385-4618 *
Please call if arriving late to your appointment.
(*Land line—no texting.)
No email address available.
Visit Port Townsend
Visit for the day, week, or weekend, so much to see and do! Only a 50 minute drive from the Kingston ferry dock.
The starburst canopy in the Starkey Antique Lighting logo was made by Edward F. Caldwell & Co. for chandeliers in various sizes.