Marvelous Antique Georgian Dore Bronze SconcesMarvelous Antique Georgian Dore Bronze SconcesMarvelous Antique Georgian Dore Bronze SconcesMarvelous Antique Georgian Dore Bronze SconcesMarvelous Antique Georgian Dore Bronze SconcesMarvelous Antique Georgian Dore Bronze SconcesMarvelous Antique Georgian Dore Bronze SconcesMarvelous Antique Georgian Dore Bronze SconcesMarvelous Antique Georgian Dore Bronze Sconces

These four breathtaking 1800's theatre-style sconces displays unsurpassed casting. These three-light Georgian-style sconces are constructed of Doré bronze with an iron back plate. Each sconce holds a stunning curved milk glass shade which glows behind winding golden vines. The sconces are completed by dramatic bottom finials, which are detailed with foliates and braided rope adornment. These antique sconces would accent any Neoclassical or Georgian décor. They have been professionally rewired, come with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. They are 16 ¼” long, 13 3/8” wide and protrude 6” from the wall. THE PRICE LISTED IS FOR EACH PAIR; THERE IS ONE PAIR AVAILABLE.

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Marvelous Antique Georgian Dore Bronze Sconces

$2,450 USD

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