A fabulous pair of vintage double-arm Tudor sconces, salvaged out of a home in Indiana and dating from the 1930s. Each sconce features a hammered backplate crowned with a pierced fleur-de-lis; a single arm extends from the bottom of the backplate to support a pie-crust edged wax pan with a spike finial. They would be perfect for Tudor, Spanish Revival, French Country or Old World spaces. These wall lamps are in excellent condition and have been professionally rewired; they come with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. Each sconce measures 11-3/8” tall, 4-1/8” wide, and project 5-1/4” from the wall.