544-SC1-SA Butterscotch Art Glass Option Mission Style Transitional Sconce with Chain Design Shade
544-SC2-SA Green Art Glass Option Mission Combo Sconce with Chain Design Shade
544-SC3-SA White Art Glass Option Mission Combo Sconce with Chain Design Shade
544-SCX-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 chain design originated with Sechrist of Colorado, between 1910 - 1920. Super for your bungalow, prairie, or Arts & Crafts style home, too.
Our Mission fixtures are made of solid brass, darkened to simulate an aged patina finish. The porcelain candle shown here is included with the fixture.
If you'd like to add an on/off switch to the mounting canopy, we offer custom installation of the switch for only $25.00. Please click "Yes" on the "Add Switch?" menu to add the switch to your cart.
The art glass shade is included in the purchase price. Use the menu above to select your favorite shade of art glass.
Height: 19 ½"
Width: 5 ¼"
Projection: 9" from the wall into the room.
Canopy Size: 4 ½" x 4 ½"; 3" deep.
Although the "down" socket is rated for well over 100 watts, we recommend a 60 - 75 watt limit if you're using incandescent bulbs, to protect the valuable art glass from the heat. Turn of the century bulbs weren't available in the higher wattage, and thus heat. Compact Fluorescent or LED light bulbs will give more light, and they are cooler to the touch.
Total Yield: 150 watts...75 watts as candelabra bulb, up to 75 watts incandescent for "down" socket.
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