Marvelous Antique Two Arm Neoclassical Sconce, Early 1900sMarvelous Antique Two Arm Neoclassical Sconce, Early 1900sMarvelous Antique Two Arm Neoclassical Sconce, Early 1900sMarvelous Antique Two Arm Neoclassical Sconce, Early 1900sMarvelous Antique Two Arm Neoclassical Sconce, Early 1900sMarvelous Antique Two Arm Neoclassical Sconce, Early 1900s

Fascinating antique two-arm Neoclassical sconce, dating from the early 1900s. This unique wall lamp reminds us of a violin with its shape and pronounced scrolling arms. The sconce is topped by a leaf-like crown, its slender neck tapering to a full lower body with ears and a centered floret button. Two scrolling iron arms begin at the top and attach near the bottom of the backplate with a flower rosette. Each sconce arm curls around to support a foliate bobeche. This sconce is in excellent condition with working switch; it has been professionally rewired and comes with all necessary attachments for modern installation. The fixture measures 8-1/4" wide, 11-3/8" tall, and projects 4-1/2" from the wall.

Item ID: NSP742-RW

Marvelous Antique Two Arm Neoclassical Sconce, Early 1900s

$195 USD

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