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Art Deco Sconces Wall Lighting Lights Two Arm (213-ZN-DES)
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Art Deco Sconces Wall Lighting Lights Two Arm (213-ZN-DES)

213-ZN-DES  Classic Art Deco Two Light Wall Sconce Without Shades

Metal objects manufactured during the Art Deco era were often made of cast iron, aluminum, or even zinc.  Staying with tradition and originality, and the samples thereof, we have recreated a rather nice Art Deco double sconce.

This is a nice combination of French style Art Deco, with aspects of the Streamline Deco motif.  The nice mellow antique finish is surely a fit for Art Deco décor with some flourishes.

Measurements:

  • Without Shades:
    • Height:  11 3/8"
    • Width:  12"
    • Projection:  4" from the wall into the room.

Normally, you cannot find a fixture with a lesser protrusion from the wall...that still accepts a shade...than this 4" measurement.  Usually the only other choice is a candle-tube type sconce.

Wiring:  Two medium base sockets are used, with each capable of 100 watts incandescent each.

A very nice touch that we must bring your attention to is the mounting knob and the matching rotary switch knob used here.  Outstanding design and favor...no wholesaler off-the-shelf knobs here.  We craft both of them specially for our recreated Art Deco pieces such as this.

Shades:  This fixture is sold without the pictured shades.  We offer a choice so you have the option of using some ANTIQUE shades with this nice fixture.  The antique shades that one might consider for use should not be over
5 1/4” overall diameter, or they will bump up against the wall.  The antique shades should have a drop-in bottom fitter size of no larger than 1 7/8" diameter, and be able to pass a 1 1/4” diameter electrical socket through the center.  For comparison, look at our 0350G shade for a like comparison.