An antique double-arm sconce in its nicely aged cast bronze finish, dating from the early 1900’s. Salvaged from Cincinnati, Ohio, this Neoclassical sconce features a shield-shaped backplate crowned by a pelta and scrolling foliage. Decorative ropework borders the backplate, surrounding a central oval panel with delicate ribbon details. Two ribbed sconce arms flank the backplate and extend outwards to support beautiful lily pad bobeches. The fixture's backplate tapers down and finishes with leaf and volute details. This wall lamp is in excellent condition; it has been professionally rewired and comes with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. The sconce measures 10-5/8" wide, 12-1/2" tall, and projects 4-3/4" from the wall. THE PRICE LISTED IS FOR THE SINGLE SCONCE.