ANT-571 Art Deco Pair of Antique Slip Shade Wall Sconces by Riddle
A nice pair of Art Deco sconces made by Riddle, and pictured in their catalog of 1935.
Riddle was located in Toledo, Ohio and in 1932, was known as The Edward N. Riddle Company until they shortened the name before 1935.
Riddle did not use names for their lighting series, only stock numbers. In this line, there were chandeliers with various support types, and two wall sconces...including this one.
This pair of nice sconces are finished in a pewter finish, and have an air of Streamline Deco to them. The shades show a mock floral motif...but...still remain Deco. This design crossed a few decorative motifs.
The shades are amber, and in good...remarkable...condition.
These sconces have been completely re-wired in our UL shop with new sockets. The sockets can easily handle 100 watt incandescent bulbs, but you might wish to consider our LED 100 watt equivalent bulbs shown below, which are fully dimmable and available in two Kelvin hues.
10 ½" overall (Distance from top of shade to bottom of backplate.)
Width: 5" (maximum)
Projection: 4 ½" from the wall into the room.
All mounting hardware will be supplied.
Price: $750.00 for the complete UL re-wired pair of antique sconces and amber shades...plus shipping.