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Brass pendant lights with glass inserts

This is a pair of hanging pendant lights in our entry way. I believe they're old but I can't find anything similar to compare them to. The light length is 9", 5 1/2" wide at the top, 4" wide at the bottom. The glass is decorative. There is no marking on them and the top hanging plate doesn't appear to be original. We've been told that the person who built this house brought items up from an old plantation in Kentucky that burnt down. We have pillars on our front porch from there, brick, etc. I'm wondering if these lights could be from there? I believe that house dated back to the 1920's. These also could be something they bought new when they built the house in 1969. However, the fact that there is no markings on them makes me wonder. We have a chandelier that's similar - very ornate brass and has lots of hanging crystals. Any info is appreciated! Thanks!

Lamps and Chandeliers
Appears to be brass and glass
Size and dimensions of this item: 
9" from top to bottom of fixture, each side is 5 1/2" at top, 4" at the bottom
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