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Espille White Cased Glass 13" High Satin Nickel Sconce

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Beautiful curves and pristine cased white glass are the highlights of this Kalco wall sconce.

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Espille White Cased Glass 13" High Satin Nickel Sconce
Espille White Cased Glass 13&quot; High Satin Nickel Sconce
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With graceful curves and gorgeous cased white glass, this Kalco wall sconce is the perfect addition to a stylish living space. This Art Deco modern style design comes in a satin nickel finish. From the Espille collection.

  • Kalco Espille wall sconce.
  • Satin nickel finish.
  • White cased glass.
  • Pull chain switch.
  • Low profile, ADA compliant design.
  • Maximum 60 watt or equivalent medium base bulb (not included).
  • Measures 13" high, 7 1/2" wide.
  • Extends 4" from the wall.
  • Backplate is 10 1/2" high, 4 1/2" wide.

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Does the light have a little room in the back for installation? My space cannot use a completely flat back.
Lin L on Jun 17, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The backplate is flat and measures 10.5"H x 4.5"W.
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Nice Lamp but...
Beautiful lamp and solid construction. I needed something for old construction in a room without light switches. Pull string is much easier than a knob. Two things to consider. The description says 100W max but the product is 60W max. It takes a regular base candelabra bulb and the white frosted shade and open top emit plenty of light. I have two in the room. My old construction is with plaster walls. I had to change out the out-of-date gang-boxes (that protruded from the wall) and used the shallow ones typically used for ceiling lamps. Wiring this can be tight if you have extra connections in the box and the fixture is shallow so you can't really rely on using the space in the fixture. I worked it out but it was snug.

Pros: Attractive Design, Great Value, Great Illumination, Quality Construction, Easy To Install

Cons: Actual Wattage Max 60

Best Uses: Primary Light Source, Small Rooms
March 2, 2015
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