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Snowbird Cast Iron Pair Wall Sconces Antique S&S Snowguard Rustic

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A pair of cast iron snowbirds or snowguards, produced by S & S Mfg. in the early 1900's. This pair still has the straps which mounted them on the roof and are perfect for use as small wall sconces. Snowbirds have the S & S logo as part of the design and are marked with a patent date that appears to read "Oct 23, 1906" or may be 1908. Measure approx. 12.25" long, 6.25" wide and 4" deep.

After many years of use during Pennsylvania winters, these snowguards are rusty and the surface is pitted, however they are still quite a find and a fun decor item. I have more of them listed without the mounting piece - just click the link for the listing below.


Will be shipped to US customers via USPS Parcel Post. International shipping will be via USPS Priority Mail. If you would like a more exact quote for shipping costs, please convo me with your address.

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Snowbird Cast Iron Pair Wall Sconces Antique S&S Snowguard Rustic


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Material: cast iron
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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