533-TC1-SA Butterscotch Art Glass & Diamond Design Shade Mission Candle & Electric Triple Wall Sconce
533-TC2-SA Green Art Glass & Diamond Design Shade Mission Triple Sconce
533-TC3-SA White Art Glass & Diamond Design Shade Mission Triple Sconce
533-TCX-SA The transition from gas light to electricity began around 1890. Electricity wasn't always reliable when it was introduced, however, in the transitional period. Many fixtures offered both, and this is a particularly practical design.
This would be a great hall light or bathroom light now, as it was then. This diamond design originated with Sechrist of Colorado, between 1910 - 1920. Super for your bungalow or Arts & Crafts style home, too.
Our Mission fixtures are made of solid brass, darkened to an "antique"finish.
A rotary style On/Off switch can be added to the canopy base of this sconce for an additional $25.00 each. Please click the "Yes" option in the "Add Switch?" menu above to add the switch to your order.
The two art glass shades and milk glass candletube with drip tray are included in the purchase price. Use the menu above to select your favorite shade of art glass.
Canopy Size: 4 ½" x 4 ½"; 3" deep.
Candelabra Socket: UL safety rated for up to 75 watts.
"Down" Sockets: Common, medium base size, and rated for up to 100 watts each...however, we recommend a limit of 60 - 75 watts incandescent to protect the valuable art glass.
Turn of the century bulbs weren't available in the higher wattage, and thus, heat. For great energy savings, order our LED bulbs. We offer both standard base LED and candelabra base LED bulbs.
Pictured here also are just a few fixtures that we offer to complete your suite of transitional lighting. For over the kitchen counter or game table, use a focused light such as 113-MJ1-EP. A charming close ceiling light is 591-DJX-CC. 601-QC1-SA is a chandelier with the candle "gaslight" option. All are available with your choice of art glass color.
Lights require special shipping.