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This is a pair of all copper light fixtures.
They have their original porcelain fixtures, and remnants of the original cloth wire.
They were equipped with glass at one time, as there is a lead ring around the insides.

They measure 9" from top to bottom.
Sconce, or shade, diameter is about 5 1/2" and bracket diameter is 4 7/8".
They sit out from the wall 6 3/4" to the tip of the shade.

There is some old old light masking tape residue on one and they both have a few spatters of paint on them.

One sconce is a little out of round.

My wife insisted I show that they could be flipped upside down and used for dried flowers, thus the last picture.

These fixtures have real character, and would be a great project for someone who works stain glass...

Thanks!

Pair of Vintage copper wall sconces light fixtures great patina must have Treasury Featured

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  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 105 reviews
  • Favorited by: 53 people