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Robert Abbey Bling Deep Patina Bronze Finish Wall Sconce

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This Robert Abbey Bling wall sconce shines with clear glass drops.

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Robert Abbey Bling Deep Patina Bronze Finish Wall Sconce
Robert Abbey Bling Deep Patina Bronze Finish Wall Sconce
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In a deep patina bronze finish, this radiant wall sconce drips with clear glass drops that refract the light of two 60 watt bulbs. Add some bling to your decor with this stylish sconce.

  • 13 1/4" wide x 9" high. Extends 6" from the wall.
  • Uses two maximum 60 watt candelabra bulbs (not included).
  • From the Robert Abbey lighting collection.
  • Deep patina bronze finish.
  • Clear glass drops provide sparkle in a bathroom or hallway.

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Glamorous and Chic
This sconce is elegant and art deco in style, with old world Hollywood glamour. I placed it between 2 mirrors in my master bath and the wall behind it is wallpaper with metallic accents so the entire wall literally glows with the diffused light. Assembly of each crystal is a little time consuming but not too bad. Definitely recommend installing the fixture before adding the crystals, using needle nosed pliers and then wiping fingerprints off with the gloves provided. Also plan out the crystals ahead of time (only loosely use the diagram on the instructions because it may not be accurate) to be sure you have an even spacing of small and large crystals. A couple of these would also be stunning on a dining room wall, flanking a fireplace, or anywhere you want to introduce a show stopping element in your home!

Pros: Attractive Design

Cons: Tough To Assemble
February 26, 2015
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