Early American Wall Sconce
Architecture and furniture in early 18th century America was simple in accordance with the bucolic lifestyles. Brass was rarely used during this period because of cost and availability. Instead, other malleable materials such as pewter were used to make candelabra chandeliers. All arms are hand bent for greater accuracy and all metal components are hand finished.
|Light Bulb:||(1)60w B10 Cand C Incand [Compare Bulbs]|
|Listing:||Made in USA|
Refers to the direction to which the light source points. Upwards, downwards, or both.
|Install Position||Only Facing Upwards|
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|Wall Sconce Type||Candle Wall Sconce|
Refers to the number of lights on a given fixture. Choose from a wide variety of different fixtures ranging from 1 - 6+ lights.
|Number of Lights||1-Light|
|Mfr Part #|
|Category||Wall Sconces - 92|
|Style||Traditional - 143|