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art deco slip shade sconce

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art deco slip shade sconce

950.00

Art Deco bronze wall sconces with original oversized calcite/blue slipper shades. 

The sconce was an integral part of the completely lit room at the beginning of the 20th century. A featured hanging pendant would grace the center of the room, while sconces with matching designs and materials, manufactured by the same company, would be hung on the walls around the room. This sconce compliments the corresponding slipper shade chandelier. Slipper shades were popular at the beginning of the 20th century, and are a well-known shape of the Art Deco style. These sconces can also stand for themselves in a hallway or corridor to provide both lighting and a point of interest in a long passage. Hang these sconces in pairs or another patterned configuration to create balance in the space, or use these to frame doorways or line a hallway.

13” tall x 7” wide x 5” deep

AA# 45149

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Matching chandelier also available

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The sconce was an integral part of the completely lit room at the beginning of the 20th century. A featured hanging pendant would grace the center of the room, while sconces with matching designs and materials, manufactured by the same company, would be hung on the walls around the room. This sconce compliments the corresponding slipper shade chandelier. Slipper shades were popular at the beginning of the 20th century, and are a well-known shape of the Art Deco style. Hang these sconces in pairs or another patterned configuration to create balance in the space, or use these to frame doorways or line a hallway to add points of interest in a long hallway.

 
 

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