Early 1900's Antique Arts And Crafts Slag Glass Wall Sconce Light Fixture Lamp
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Early 1900's Antique Arts And Crafts Slag Glass Wall Sconce Light Fixture Lamp:
Early 1900's Antique Arts and Crafts Slag Glass Wall Sconce Light Fixture Lamp
Porch Lamp Cast Iron with Porcelain Socket Genuine AAACThis listing is for a very nice antique arts and crafts lamp. It is a nice wall sconce porch light. Although this lamp can be used indoor or outdoor it was most likely originally used outside the front door of an early American home. This is a genuine antique and dates from the early 1900's. This sconce is unusual compared to most. The part that attaches to the wall is made of cast iron and houses a porcelain socket. The rest of the lamp seems to be made of tin which has been painted. The metal is in good condition and strong. There are 3 slag glass panels. All of the sloag glass is free from any chips or cracks and looks amazing when lit. The wall attachment has a diameter of 5 1/2". The sconce measures 6" x 9 1/2" and it projects 8" from the wall.Combine on multiple items and save HUGE on shipping!
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On Jun-24-13 at 05:58:51 PDT, seller added the following information:We did not realize when we were taking the pictures that the hands on the dial were overlapped. Both hands ARE present. This clock is 100% working and nothing is missing. If you would like a picture of the dial face showing both hands please contact us and we will send it to you.