A superb antique Tudor wall-mount lantern, dating from the early 1900’s, and made of copper and cast iron. This exterior sconce features a round copper backplate, with an arm extending from its center to support the lantern body below; a separate hook-like arm ascends above and affixes to the wall with a hammered fleur-de-lis mounting piece. The lantern is crowned with a sloped, circular roof, with the original, tapered amber glass cylinder suspending below; the fixture finishes in a twisted spike finial surrounded with leaves. This wall lamp is in excellent condition, and the glass is in excellent condition with no cracks or breaks; it has been professionally rewired and comes with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. The sconce measures 17-3/4” tall, 7-1/2” wide, and projects 8-3/4” from the wall. The lantern is suitable for either interior or exterior use, and would also be perfect for Gothic Revival or Spanish Revival décor.