874-1RS-PB Polished Unlacquered Brass Rococo Gaslight Sconce Recreation Circa 1850
874-1RS-DK Antique Brass Finish Rococo Gaslight Sconce Recreation Circa 1850
When we found this antique gaslight sconce original, we just had to recreate it. It is just so gorgeous!
Believed to be originally made by Hooper circa 1850, it is simply a joy.
That wonderful wall canopy with the typical Victorian grape and leaf pattern moving into a lovely sweeping arm with gas key, makes a real statement. The matching 2 ⅝” shade fitter with clusters of grapes cascading down is just so complete.
We actually saw this fitter on our 876 chandelier as well, which made us realize that this match would be nicely striking. But of course, this sconce is so striking that it can make a Victorian statement all by itself.
Projection: 13" from the wall into the room (as illustrated).
Backplate Footprint: 8 ½" overall width (which includes the pierced design border). The solid disk portion of the backplate is 5" in diameter.
Wattage: Wired to UL standards with a single bulb, 100 watts capability.
Available in polished brass or antique brass finish.
For modern convenience, a rotary style On/Off switch can be added to the sconce for $25.00 each. Please click the "Yes" option in the "Add Switch?" menu above to add the switch to your order.
The shade and optional crown for the shade, are purchased separately so you can choose the shade you like, and whether or not you wish to use the metal crown atop the shade. We offer many 2 ⅝" fitter size hand-cut glass shades.