When a more permanent lighting is needed, the antique wall sconce, especially in pairs or groups, makes a superb addition to the décor while it illuminates otherwise difficult-to-light areas such as staircases and above mantels.
This pair of Louis XVI style sconces were cast from solid bronze to depict the classic carquois de flèches or quiver of arrows, with elegantly scrolled arms that emanate from the base to hold three chandelles each, providing more light than the typical sconce. Originally designed for candles, they will be cleverly wired to UL Standards, all included in...
Featuring a delightful Country French flair, this pair of sconces were hand-wrought from red-hot iron, then fitted with acanthus petals to enhance the intricately scrolled lines. Electrified to provide light for decades to come! Circa early 1900s. Each measures 14H x 16W x 10.5D
Artfully rendered by a talented blacksmith, this pair of Country French wall sconces are the perfect choice for your provincial or casual decor. Wired to UL Standards by our expert in-house staff, each is ready to add ambiance to your favorite room! Circa early 1900s. Each measures 11H x 11.5W x 5D
Add a little whimsy with this pair of sconces, crafted in crystal with color-stained grape clusters to tantalize the eye. Faceted crystals bounce the light around the room for a charming effect. Wired to UL Standards, they'll make a great addition to any room! Circa early 1900s.
Intriguing Mid-Century Period combination of Acrylic bobeches with brass makes this pair unusual and stylish! Wired to US Standards, included in the cost. Sold as a pair. Circa mid-1900s Century. Measures 8H x 14W x 6.5D
Hand-cast from solid bronze to a remarkable degree of detail depicting musical instruments, this Pair Antique French Louis XVI Bronze Sconces will make the perfect choice for adding a classic touch to your décor! Circa 1900-1910. Each measures 16 x 9.5 x 5.5.
Forged to resemble wheat ready for the harvest with wildflowers, this Vintage “Wheat” Sconce makes a great accent light. Gold finish adds a great touch. Wired to UL Standards!
Three are available, sold EACH.
Measures 16H x 12W x 4D
These 18th century graciously elegant handcarved giltwood corbels with gilt finish have been converted to wall sconces in 19th century Italy, and have been rewired by our expert in-house staff, included in the price. Perfect for a hallway or staircase, nothing adds ambiance like antique lighting! Sold as a pair. Circa 1870s, Italy.Each measures 12 x 12 x 6.
I need not tell you how infrequently we discover sets of four sconces, especially as beautifully crafted and well-preserved as this set! Hand-cast and chased from solid brass in the manner of Louis XIV, their classic styling will provide opulence to any room, hallway or stairwell. As is the case with all our antique lighting, each has been wired to UL...
Pair of Italian Wrought Iron Sconces were carefully crafted by talented artisans then painted with gilded highlights for a delightful Venetian effect the eye-catching intricate design crystals cast a romantic glow, when placed by a mirror or over a bed. A charming addition of opulent cut crystal drops beautifully refract and reflect.
Circa early 1900s....
Cast from solid bronze to last for centuries, this pair of sconces depict the torchere of eternal flame, a symbol of monarchs, particularly of the Bourbon kings. Graciously scrolled arms with classic acanthus leaves hold the urn-shaped bobeches upon which our expert in-house staff has installed new UL Listed sockets and wiring. Circa early 1900s. Each...
Hand cast using the lost wax method from solid bronze, this elegant sconce is a splendid representation of the very essence of the Louis XVI style with classical architecture and embellishment that remains as timeless today as it was over two millenia ago! Cleverly electrified by our expert in-house staff, it will provide decades of soft illumination and...
Forged in metal then hand-painted to resemble floral bouquets, this pair of sconces are perfect for the vanity or powder room. Wired to UL Standards, included in the price! Circa early 1900s. Each measures 13.5H x 10W x 8D