137-MES-NP Nickel Plated Art Deco Torch Style Sconce
Antique Brass Finish is Pictured. Beautifully detailed wall sconce, also available in four other finish options.
Authentically replicated from the Lincoln Manufacturing Co. The fixture curves away from the wall, adding to the "radiant" lines of the Art Deco design. The arm holding the light has a unique "torch" style. The On/Off switch is inconspicuous; it is the lowest knob just above the arm, at the center of the radiant lines.
Shades are sold separately. From this page, you may choose to purchase this sconce either with the pictured frosted shade; with the amber color version of the pictured shade; or without a shade.
This sconce takes 2 ¼" fitter size glass shades. If you have an Art Deco era antique shade, this is a great sconce to show it off. The glass shade pattern pictured works hand in hand with the design on the mounting plate. See 069G to order the shade pictured here, or click here for more 2 ¼" fitter size options. Another favorite shade for art deco lighting is the 0319G, as seen on the close ceiling light below.
For a complementary chandelier, see our 5-light art deco chandelier. If you already own an antique Lincoln torch style wall sconce, we offer replacement glass shades in two colors, white frosted or amber.
Height: 9 ¾"
Width: 4" backplate.
Projection: 8 ¼" from the wall into the room (including pictured shade).
The socket can handle up to a 100 watt incandescent bulb, or purchase our optional LED Art Deco looking bulb 60-WW-E26, which uses only 7 watts of electricity, yet yields about 75 watts of incandescent equivalent light. Makes running the sconce all night long, perhaps as a nite lite, very economical indeed and cool to the shade as well.