This is a very cool pair of vintage French metal wall sconces, done in a Charlotte Perriand style inspired design. They are likely late midcentury (1970s), but their postmodern style and Memphis Group-adjacent influence may suggest a bit later 20th century date of creation. The panel with the wall mount hardware is a matte white painted metal, from which two white-painted bolts rise and brass findings fasten to the main front facing panel. The front-facing panel is a low-gloss scarlet red metal panel with thin rectangular perforations moving in a ditsy, abstract pattern perfectly evocative of midcentury atomic era novelty abstract prints and household patterns.
The sconces are in excellent vintage condition with moderate age-appropriate wear such as minor scuffing, soiling, patina consistent with age, use, and storage. They feature functional wiring. Each has hardware for two directional bulbs.
We have 2 pair of these sconces, 4 in total. This listing is for one pair (2 sconces).
They measure 10 inches long and 7 1/4 inches wide on the white panels. The raised front panels measures 7 1/4 inches long and 6 3/4 inches wide. They have approximately a 2 1/2 inch rise from the wall.
Pair Vintage French Postmodern Late Midcentury Charlotte Perriand Style Red & White Perforated Memphis Style Wall Sconces Accent Lighting
$650 ea.Quantity available: 2