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Pair of Antique Art Deco Sconces by Lincoln (ANT-1269)
Price:$775.00
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Pair of Antique Art Deco Sconces by Lincoln (ANT-1269)

ANT-1269   Pair of Antique Art Deco Sconces by Lincoln

Outstanding pair of red/bronze finished sconces, Circa 1935, made by Lincoln Lighting Products of Detroit, Michigan...marked with their later location in New York.

They come from a series that Lincoln called: “The Beverly Group”. Lincoln brags, in their catalog, that: “One of our most popular Designs.”

The sconces have a lovely red-bronze finish, complete, with amber shades. It should be mentioned that there is a minor correction repair to one backplate. It will NOT be seen, after installation, since it is against the wall and behind the shade...but..needs to be mentioned. Price has been adjusted as compensation for this.

These sconces have been rewired in our UL shop and still have the ambiance of 1930's lights. New high end sockets, with wiring, were installed.

The details of the shades are outstanding. Amber shades are normally preferred and was more expensive. The shades are in very good condition with some VERY minor fitter roughness which is so typical for shades of this age and 80 odd years of use.

Measurements: These sconces measure 11 1/2” tall by 6” wide and protrude into the room a mere 4 1/2”.

Full mounting kits will be provided so there will be nothing else to buy...or do...before mounting this neat light.

Price:  $775.00 for the completely re-wired pair of UL approved, authentic Lincoln,  antique Beverly Group sconces. Shipping is a bit extra.

(Price has been reduced for the minor glitch on the backplate which is never seen after installation.)