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Mid-Century Sconce Vintage Glass Shade, New Pull Chain Fitter

$ 89.99

A Mid-Century American favorite, enameled molded glass sconces came in a plethora of designs and shapes spanning from 1940 to 1960.

Mid-Century Enameled Glass Shade Sconce with New Pull Chain Fixture

Measurements: The fixture measures 4 7/8 inches tall, 5 inches wide and protrudes from the wall 7 3/8 inches

Condition: The sconce features a new UL Listed pull chain equipped chrome fixture base and vintage glass shade. The shade is showing its antiquity with wear on the fitter lip and minor pinholes in the white enameled finish, all of which is pretty common for vintage glass shades of these types.

Electrical: The fixture uses a standard medium base socket. Use a 60-watt bulb. Bulb not included. Suitable for damp locations.

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Durable steel construction with a chrome finish

Uses standard medium base bulb: incandescent, LED or CFL

U.L. Listed fixture

Installation hardware included

Porcelain socket

30 Day return policy

Free domestic return shipping

The item has been cleaned and detailed for your convenience

The fixture comes with a chrome pull chain equipped fixture base and the following finishes and configurations are possible but subject to availability:

With pull chain:

Chrome

Provincial Bronze

Satin Nickel

Brass

Without a pull chain:

Black

Chrome

Provincial Bronze

Satin Nickel

Brass

When choosing a different option please contact us prior to purchase to confirm it is available.

The piece is subject to availability, as it is being sold at other venues. So order today! Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.

Thank you for shopping at the Vintporium.

Product number 5725

*WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information visit www.P65Warnings.ca.gov


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