This is a circa 1920, pair of American Spanish Revival wall light fixtures. The sconces are composed of chiseled bronze and iron with a double candle configuration. Each sconce has a height of 21", when measuring to the top of the light bulb, a width of 9" and projects 4 1/2" from the wall. These sconces have a back plate that is 13" in height: the connection to the junction bar is 5 1/2" up from the base. The fixtures have been rewired and all components are in very good condition. This is an attractive pair of sconces with a short depth so they would be very functional in high traffic areas or look lovely on either side of a mantle or fireplace. Exact shipping costs are calculated at purchase.