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Suspended Half Cone Opal Glass 10" High Wall Sconce


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A cone of opal glass is suspended by the iron frame of this wall sconce.

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Hubbardton Forge combines time-honored techniques of hand-craftsmanship with elegant design to create wonderful lighting fixtures. This attractive wall sconce features a natural iron finish and beautiful opal glass. The refined design graduates to gracefully throw light up your wall.

  • Natural iron finish.
  • Opal glass.
  • ADA compliant wall sconce.
  • Made in USA.
  • Takes one 60 watt candelabra bulb (not included).
  • 10" high, 6 1/2" wide.
  • 5" from mounting point to bottom.
  • Extends 4" from the wall.
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Actual color not as pictured
In the photo on your site, the sconces appeared to be a copper/bronze color (metal) and give off a soft golden yellow light. Those are the colors I was going for, as the mosaic tile in the backsplash has some copper/bronze tiles, and there are golden flecks in the quartz counter top. When I received the sconces, the metal is silver/gray and the glass is stark white. I doubt that the light would be soft gold as in the photo[...]the quality seemed good. It's just that the color was different than what was pictured on the site.I will be returning them.
April 14, 2010
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