This is a rare pair of circa 1920, wall light fixtures. The fixtures are hammered iron with their original finish. Each sconce has a 3" x 3" colored center tile manufactured by The Mosaic Tile Company of Zanesville, Ohio. The sconce back plates have a total 12" height to the top of the light bulbs with a 9 1/2" total width. The back plate has a 10 3/4" height with a 5 1/5" width at the wall. They project 3 3/4" from the wall. The sconces have been rewired, have functioning base switches, and all components are in very good condition. The tiles are also in exceptionally good condition. This is the 3rd pair of iron with tile sconces I have owned during my 40 years in the lighting business--the tiles have had the same design and coloration. Exact shipping costs are calculated at purchase.
Spanish Revival Iron Double Candle Wall Sconces with Mosaic Tile