A striking pair of antique double-arm sconces in cast bronze, salvaged from a home in Pennsylvania, and made and signed by renowned maker, E.F Caldwell. Dating from 1910, each sconce features a torch-shaped back plate crowned by an urn with foliate flourishes; two smooth arms flank the backplate and extend upwards to support two-part bobeches hung with their original crystal "spear" prisms. These wall lamps are in excellent antique condition with a gorgeously aged patina; they have been professionally rewired and come with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. Each sconce is 14” tall, 9-1/2” wide, and projects 4-1/2” from the wall.
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