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Art Deco Pair of Wall Sconces (ANT-322)
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ANT-332  Art Deco Style Pair of Wall Sconces

Nice pair of circa 1920 wall sconces.  Original “hammered effect” oil rubbed dark finished sconces.

The metal of the backplates is cast metal.  Ready to go...nothing needs to be done except add the light bulbs of your choice.  The sockets that are used are normal medium based sockets, so any decorative bulb made for a normal socket will work.  We are using a common flame style bulb, which we will include with the hope that it makes the shipping without damage.  These bulbs can be purchased at almost every light or big box store.

These sconces have been completely re-wired in our UL shop, with new sockets and all new wire.  We have also replaced the rotary switches, made by Leviton in the 20’s...and were still made up to ONE year ago.  So these switches by Leviton are becoming even more antique as we note this.

Measurements:  The overall sconce height is 10”.  It will project into the room from the wall 4”.  The backplate, by itself, measures:  8 1/2” tall by 4 1/4” wide.

Price for the complete pair:  $295.00, plus careful packing and shipping.




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