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All of our sconces are proudly made in America.
Sconces were an essential part of Early American lighting. Wall sconces would often be used to flank a mirror or artwork and were always nearby the hearth.
Our wired brass sconces are great for illuminating dark hallways or for lighting your bathroom or powder room. Our dark brass finish closely resembles an aged tin and is our most popular finish.
All of our 18th century reproduction sconces have a wonderful antique patina and work well to provide lighting for your colonial home, saltbox, farmhouse or cottage. We have also supplied them to restaurants and taverns to create a wonderful ambience in a commercial setting.
Proudly made in America just as in yesteryears, you will appreciate the quality that goes into every one of these lighting options for your home.
Our tin, brass and wood sconces are reproduced from 18th century lighting - perfect for your colonial home, saltbox, farmhouse or cottage. The antique patina makes these sconces really unique!
All lighting in this collection is UL listed.
All of the lighting will be supplied with the appropriate hardware to install in your home.
All bulbs are sold separately. Click
Installing Wall Sconces
One of the questions we are asked often is where the wall box should be for a sconce. The answer to that question will vary depending on your contractor, but we like it at about 57" to 63" off the floor. This can depend on the height of your ceilings or where the mirror or artwork is displayed.
All of our wall sconces include the appropriate mounting hardware for installation.
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