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Victorian Double Electric Sconce (704-ES)
Price:$155.00
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Victorian Double Electric Sconce (704-ES)

704-ES  Polished Unlacquered Brass Light Reproduction Victorian Double Electric Sconce

704-ES-DK  Antique Brass Finish Light Reproduction Victorian Double Electric Sconce

704-ES-NP  Nickel Plated Light Reproduction Victorian Double Electric Sconce

704-ES-OB  Oil Rubbed Bronze Finish Light Reproduction Victorian Double Electric Sconce

Victorians would have called this a "bracket" or "wall bracket".  We know them as sconces, and this is a versatile beauty.

Available in five finishes, polished brass, antiqued brass, pewter, oil rubbed bronze, or nickel-plated brass for a silver tone.  Use the menu above to select your metal finish.

Glass shades are held by a lovely shaped fitter called a "Hubbel" fitter.  "Hubbel" electric fitters are 2¼" in size.  Changing the shade changes the complete appearance of the light.  Fixture uses 2¼" fitter shade.  Shades sold separately.  We picture 065G as a suggestion.

If you'd like an On/Off rotary switch added to the base, we offer custom installation of the switch for only $25.00.  Please click the "Yes" option in the "Add Switch?" menu above to add the switch to your cart.

Measurements:

Height:  10 ½"

Width:  14"

Projection:  9" from the wall into the room with the pictured shades; without shades it is at 8 ½"

Wattage:  Wired to UL standards with 2 standard medium base sockets, up to 100 watts incandescent each.

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