A fabulous pair of antique single-arm sconces, dating from the early 1900s, and found in a home in Charlotte, NC. Each sconce featured an oval backplate bordered in beading and crowned with a flowing bow. A single arm extends from the backplate to support a scalloped glass bobeche hung with a curtain of teardrop prisms; the arm is hung with a single amethyst-hued teardrop prism. Slender and arching rods extend from above and each side of the arm to hold petite glass flowers hung with gorgeous pendalogue prisms. These wall lamps are in excellent condition with their original and nicely aged finish; they have been professionally rewired and come with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. The sconces measure 11-1/4” tall, 4-1/8” wide, 5-1/2” wide with the prisms, and project 7-1/4” from the wall.
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