A substantial antique Gothic Revival lantern sconce, dating from the early 1900s, and found in a home in York, PA. This stunning wall lamp begins with a conical roof crowned with a spike finial; three triangular vents surround its perimeter. A beautifully detailed framework affixes to the roof and encircles the glass shade within; the framework is ornamented with a scrolling design of grape leaves and vines and its vertical straps are incised with a geometric zig zag pattern. The gorgeous, original shade features a yellow-green hue and a wavy surface. A large spear finial extends from the bowl-shaped bottom of the sconce and attaches to one of the sconce's backplates. This lantern is in very good condition with no cracks or breaks to the glass, just the expected fleabites around the edges; it has been professionally rewired and comes with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. The sconce measures 10-1/2" wide, 33" tall, and projects 12-1/2" from the wall.