This is a pair of circa 1910 porch lights manufactured by Midwest Lighting. They have a copper frame and back plate with a 4-paneled green slag shade. The sconces have a 10 3/4" height; the base width is 5 3/8"; they project 6 1/2" from the wall. The copper back plate is hexagonal, measuring 6"h x 5"w. The two lights are exactly the same size but the hexagonal copper back plates are machine hammered on one sconce and smooth on the other. These were the 2 styles of the pagoda sconce manufactured by Midwest lighting. The back plates are pictured. The sconces are priced as a pair but at a reduced price due to this slight difference. The sconces have been rewired and have porcelain sockets--they are ready for installation. Exact shipping costs are calculated at purchase.
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