543-SJ1-SA BUTTERSCOTCH Art Glass Diamond Pattern Shade Option Transitional Candle & Electric Wall Sconce
543-SJ2-SA GREEN Art Glass Diamond Pattern Shade Option Transitional Candle & Electric Wall Sconce
543-SJ3-SA WHITE Art Glass Diamond Pattern Shade Option Transitional Candle & Electric Wall Sconce
543-SJX-SA Some of the earliest gaslight fixtures were in candle form, using a porcelain candle and drip saver just like this. Electricity wasn't always reliable when it was introduced, however, in the transitional lighting period. Many fixtures offered both, and this is a particularly charming design. This would be a great hall light or bathroom light now, as it was then. This "J" or Diamond design originated with Sechrist of Colorado, between 1910 - 1920.
Our Mission fixtures are made of solid brass with an antique brass finish. Use the menu above to select your favorite shade of art glass.
We offer custom installation of a switch for only $25.00. Please click the "Yes" option in the "Add Switch?" menu above if you'd like to add an on/off switch to the mounting canopy.
Height: 19 ½"
Width: 5 ¼"
Projection: 9" from the wall into the room.
Canopy Size: 4 ½" x 4 ½"; 3" deep.
Candle Tube: candelabra socket rated for up to 75 watts.
"Down" Light: Up to 100 watts.
Please Note: If using incandescent light bulbs, we do recommend a limit of 60 - 75 watts to protect the valuable art glass from excess heat. Turn of the century bulbs weren't available in the higher wattages, and thus heat. Compact Fluorescent and LED bulbs can be substituted, because they are cooler to the touch but emit more light.
Overall total up to 150 watts...75 watt candelabra & 75 watt medium base incandescent bulb for the "down" socket.