These two matching pairs of 1920’s double-arm iron sconces are divine. Expertly cast, each sconce begins with a large loop-style pinnacle comprised of addorsed honeysuckle blossoms. Bordering the back plate on either side, one finds beautifully cast, knotted, and swaying drapery, which can be followed to the center of the back plate in a curl. Draped across these sconces are ornate rope adornments, delightful floret details, and an encompassing lattice texture. The dual arms reach out on either side of the sconce’s body to meet acanthus ornamented platforms, which support cut-out style bobeches. These gorgeous sconces finish with a grape-bunch bottom finial. The wall lamps are in excellent condition. They have been professionally rewired and come with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. We kept the original nonfunctioning turn switches for nostalgia’s sake; however, we would gladly replace them with new ones if so desired. They are 11” long, 10 ¼” wide and protrude 4” from the wall. The price is for one pair; ONE PAIR AVAILABLE.
Antique Lamps and Lighting