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Pair American Art Deco Industrial Sconces

This pair of American Art Deco “Industrial” sconces are made of 10 graduated half circles of painted steel. The top section is chromed. Light comes out the top and through each opening under each half circle. Each sconce is 20” tall, 10” wide at the top and projects out 8 ½” from the wall at the top.

American Art Deco Marble Sconces

An impressive pair of American Art Deco sconces. Created from sections of black and cream marble divided by thin lines of copper. The sconces are 18” wide at the top, 13” high at the center height and 3” deep.

Pair of American Art Deco Aluminum FLIP Sconces

This pair of 1930’s American art deco “Flip” sconces were designed by Edward Kent for the Railley Corporation of Cleveland, Ohio.  The three graduated  conical shades project light from the top while reflecting light from the spaces between the shades.  Constructed from polished aluminum with black highlights, the sconces “Flip” …. They can function as an ordinary sconce and throw light toward the ceiling or, with the turn of a wing nut, point downward as an excellent reading light.  The aluminum has been polished and the sconces have been rewired.  They are marked on the back “Railley Corp – Cleveland O.” and “Designed by Edward Kent”.  Each sconce measures 18” high with the shade down, 10 ¼” high with the shade up, 14” from the wall and 9 ½” wide.  We have five of these sconces.  You can purchase one, two, three, four or all five.

Four American Art Deco Exterior Wall SConces

This set of four American art deco exterior wall sconces were removed from a 1930’s South Beach building prior to demolition.  The sconces are of heavy cast aluminum in a matte finish with highlights polished to a bright shine.  All feature a frosted glass cover set inside the bowl.  The sconces measure 13” high x 10 ¼” wide and project 10 ½” from the wall.

Pair Large American Art Deco Bronze and Milk Glass Theatre Sconces

This pair of American Art Deco sconces are from a theatre in Pennsylvania. The sconces are made of cast bronze with milk glass shades and date to the 1930’s. They are wired to accommodate two regular base bulbs. Each sconce is 16” high, 7” wide and 5” deep.

American Art Deco Sculptural Aluminum and Pink Glass Sconces

This pair of sexy American art deco sconces is from the 1930’s.  Constructed of highly polished Aluminum and pink glass, the sconces each have a pink glass shade.  The shades are step back with five sections.  A pale pink light emanates thru the shades.  Each sconce is 11” high and 5” wide.  They are rewired and ready to install.  There is also a matching chandelier.

Pair American Art Deco Streamline Wall Sconces

This pair of American Art Deco wall scones are from the 1930’s.  The half cylinders of chromed steel are bisected by three “wings” of clear and etched glass, which transmit light.  Further light is cast downward with a half circle of etched glass which is held in  place by two cylindrical nut caps.  Each sconce has two sockets and has been rewired.  The sconces are each 9” high x 12” wide and 7” deep.

Pair French Art Deco Bronze Dore and Alabaster Stork Wall Sconces

This superbly crafted pair of French art deco sconces date from the 1920s and are fashioned as a pair of storks.  Constructed of bronze with a gold dore finish, each bird holds an illuminated alabaster shade.  Each sconce is 16" high, 5" wide and projects 7" from the wall.

Pair of American Art Deco Corner Wall Sconces

This pair of American art deco corner wall sconces are from the 1930’s. The sconces are made of nickel plated brass with a milk glass shade. They are heavy and well constructed with a stepped final on top and bottom. Each is 17” high. 6” across and 4” deep. They have been replated and rewired.

Pair Nickel French Art Deco Sconces with Opalescent Ice Glass Wings

A beautiful pair of French art deco sconces from the 1930’s.  The fan shaped bright nickel body emits light from the top while two opalescent glass “wings” in the form of melting icicles produce a warm glow.  Each sconce measures 7” high, 5” deep and 10” wide.

Pair of American Art Deco Nickel Triple Sconces

This pair of American art deco sconces are from the 1930’s.  Constructed of nickel plated copper, the fixtures center on a demilune bowl which houses the lighting.  Two shades fan out from the top carrying the light upward and reflecting light from their sides.  Two smaller shades extend from the bottom.  The fixtures have been replated and rewired and are ready to hang.  Each measures 12 ½” high, 10 ½” wide and 6” deep.

Pair Perzel French Art Deco Sconces

This pair of 1930’s French art deco wall sconces was originally designed in 1936 for the Palace of the League of Nations by Jean Perzel (1892 – 1986).  The sconces have a bronze body, brass bowl, frosted glass collar and four individual long cast glass inserts.  Fitted with two bulbs, the sconces cast a white light upward while the collar and cast glass pieces give your room a warm glow.  The scones have been rewired for American Electricity, are impressed “Perzel” and measure 18” wide x 21” tall and project 9” from the wall.

Pair French Art Deco Perzel Streamline Chrome Sconces

This pair of French art deco streamline chrome wall sconces are by Jean Perzel (1892 - 1986) and date from the 1930's.  The 9 1/2" diameter bowl sits on a graceful arm with a square backplate.  The sconces are in good original condition and are rewired for American electricity.  Each sconce measures 9 1/2" wide x 8 1/4" high and 13" deep.

Pair of Large Wrought Iron and Alabaster Sconces in the Style of Paul Kiss

This pair of large hand wrought iron and alabaster wall sconces are quite interesting.  Created in the style of Paul Kiss by a master craftsman, the attention to detail is superb.  The bowl holds two bulbs giving a fine upward light with a warm glow through the alabaster.  The sconces each measure 23 ½” high, 20” wide and project 6 ¾” from the wall.  

Pair of French Art Deco Frosted Glass & Nickel Bronze Sconces

This pair of French art deco frosted glass and nickel bronze sconces date back to the 1930’s.  The frosted glass is cast as a streamline basket with geometric flowers and foliage crowding from the top.  The frosted glass is polished to clear to enhance the design.  The nickel bronze fitting holds a 60 Watt bulb.  The sconces each measure 5 ½” wide x 6” deep and 12” high.

Three Atelier Petito French Art Deco Modernist Sconces

These three 1930’s French art deco sconces are by Atelier Petito.  A similar pair is illustrated in Luminaires Petitot Catalogue as item # 17.514, "Applique Cuivre 1 Lumiere 20 cm.  Panneau glace St. Gobain".  Constructed of bright nickel with clear and frosted St. Gobain glass, the sconces emit light from the top, from the bottom, through a triple layer of clear and frosted glass and thru eight “fins” on the front and sides.  The sconces, which measure 7 ½” deep x 15 ½” wide and 7” high are rewired from American electricity.  They match the Atelier Petito chandelier but are sold separately.

Pair French Art Deco Wall Sconces by Maison Desny

Maison Desny was a small, short lived (1927 – 1933) and influential Paris firm that produced some of the most fantastic metal and lighting objects of the French art deco period.  Partners Clemen Nauny (1900 – 1969) and M. Desnet (- 1933) designed and manufactured this pair of nickeled metal scones ca. 1930.   Rewired for American electricity, the sconces are 9” wide, 14” deep and 14” high.

Italian Art Deco Murano Wall Sconce by Carlo Scarpa

A very special ca 1936 Italian art deco wall sconce by Carlo Scarpa (1906 - 1978) model 425.  The sconce attaches to the wall with a bronze plate.  Six loops of gold flecked Murano glass support a bronze collar and a thick walled cream colored hand blown bowl which, when illuminated, casts a warm glow outward and downward while casting light upward.  The sconce is 15” deep, 11” high and 12” wide.  Rewired for American electricity.

Pair American Art Deco Geometric Walls Sconces

These “Over the Top” American art deco wall sconces are from the 1920’s. The aluminum body is cast in geometric designs and each sconce holds four brass cylinders. Light is diffused through a frosted glass panel. The sconces each measure 8” wide x 12” high x 3” deep.

Two French Art Deco Sconces in the style of Ruhlmann

A fine pair of 1920’s French art deco wall lamps in the style of Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann (1869 – 1933). This pair of silver plated bronze sconces, with twin gadrooned arms swelling and curving above a floral decorated junction box and gadrooned trailing peds supporting pleated ivory linen shades with maroon redone fringe. The pair have been re-silver plated and rewired for American electricity and measure 20” high, 12” wide and extend 6 ½” from the wall.

Pair Large American Art Deco Aluminum and Satin Glass Theatre Sconces

Standing 56” high, this pair of American theatre sconces date to the late 1930’s. Constructed of Aluminum and steel, the sconces have their original white opaque glass shades. The three “speed” bands at the top and bottom are separated by one inch diameter steel balls. The 12” wide sconces have been polished, replated and re wired and are ready to hang.

Pair French Hanging Sconces

Hanging from a hand wrought iron back, these French art deco wall sconces have spectacular cameo glass globes etched in a geometric Floral design. The amber glass under layer is contrasted with a blue-green wash upper layer to emit a warm glow. Dating to the 1920’s, the sconces have been rewired for American electricity and are ready for installation. The fixtures measure18” high, 8” wide and project 7” from the wall.

Four French Bronze & Glass Sconces

This set of four French art deco bronze & glass sconces date from the late 1920s. The bronze “V” shaped holder drops to a 3 stepped bottom. The glass is of a stylized floral design. The sconces measure 12” high by 6-1/2” wide and project 7” from the wall.

French Art Deco Perzel Peach Wing Sconce

This 1930’s French art deco sconce was designed by Jean Perzel (1892 – 1986). A bronze bowl is extended from a three step bronze wall mount. Three “fins” in peach glass with frosted centers extend from the bowl. Rewired for American electricity the sconce measures 9” high x 10 ½” wide and projects 10” from the wall.

Pair American Art Deco Streamline Rambusch Sconces

A pair of wonderful American art deco wall sconces by the Rambusch Decorating Company, ca. 1930. The sconces, number TF 310 have been replated and rewired and are ready for your wall. They measure 10 ¼” tall, 9” wide and come out 10 1/8” from the wall.

Pair of Jean Perzel Sconces

A stunning pair of French postwar chrome and glass sconces by Jean Perzel (1892 – 1986). The sconces with bright chrome steel and textured glass are signed in script “J Perzel”. The sconces measure 9-3/4” high by 4” wide and extend 3-1/4” from the wall.

Pair French Wall Sconces

This pair of French art deco wall sconces dates from the late 1920’s. The wrought iron frames feature a “V” base extending to a spiral on each end and enclosing a stylized bud form on the beaded stem. The frosted glass shades have a geometric floral pattern. They are 15 ½” high and measure 14 ½” wide.

Pair des Hanots Sconces

This pair of massive French art deco sconces was made by Verrerie des Hanots in Montrieuil-sur-Seine. The company was in existence from 1920 to 1935 and thse sconces are from the 1930’s. Each sconce measures 15” wide x 13” high and projects 7 ½” from the wall.

”Pacman” Sconces

These art deco sconces are made entirely of polished steel. The cylindrical "Pacman" heads contain two sockets and rotate to cast light up or down through a 180 degree range. Newly rewired for American electricity, the sconces are 9 ½" high x 5 7/8" wide and extend 14 ¼" from the wall.

Pair French Art Deco Lucite and Nickel Sconces

We were fortunate to find six of these French 1940’s art deco sconces. With brushed nickel body flanked by Lucite flanges. The sconces feature two light fixtures and wrap-around shades. Each sconce is 15” high; the shades are 16” wide and project 7” from the wall and are rewired for American electricity.  You can purchase two, four or all six sconces.

Pair Murano Sconces

A pair of very high quality Italian art deco Murano glass and bronze sconces. Dating from the 1930’s, the sconces feature a bell shaped bowl extending through the bronze mounting ring to terminate in a cylinder below. The sconces are 15” high and measure 7” in diameter across the top rim. They are in excellent condition and are rewired for American electricity.

Perzel Sconce

This French art deco sconce is by Jean Perzel (French, 1892-1986). Its soft gleaming curves epitomize the 1930’s machine age style. The nickel plated sconce dates from the 1930’s and has been rewired for American electricity. It measures 9 ½” wide x 8 ½” high and extends 13” from the wall.

Pair Copper Sconces

This American art deco pair of sconces are copper with brass finials on top and bottom. Dating from the 1930’s, the sconces have ribbed milk glass on the front and both sides. The sconces measure 12” high, 4 ¾” wide and project 4” from the wall.

Pair Daum Sconces

This pair of Daum Nancy wall sconces are the height of French art deco lighting. The glass is yellow and has been acid etched in a geometric deco design. Both sconces are signed “Daum”, “Nancy” and “France” and the Cross of Loraine in the mold. The sconces, which have been rewired for American electricity, measure 9” high and 8 ¼” wide.

Pair French Art Deco Nickel and Frosted Glass Scroll Sconces

This pair of two-light French art deco sconces is beautifully worked in scrolls and swirls to show off the bright nickel finish.  The frosted glass gives the "ice" effect.   They measure 20” across and 6 ¾” high and project 12” from the wall. The sconces have been replated and rewired for American electricity. $ 4900 the pair.

American Art Deco Nickel Sconces

This pair of American art deco wall sconces are nickel over brass and steel. They have been replated and rewired and are ready to hang. Their large size and machine age form recommend them for residential or commercial use. They measure 20” high x 12” wide (at the bowl) and project 17 ½” from the wall.

Alabaster & Wrought Iron Art Deco Sconce

This French art deco alabaster and hand wrought iron wall sconce dates from the 1930’s. The fixture has been cleaned and rewired for American electricity and is ready to hang. It measures 17” wide and 10” high and projects 5 ½” from the wall.

Pair French Art Deco Hanging Sconces

A pair of very elegant French art deco hanging sconces from the 1930’s. These sconces have a cast metal wall plate and hanger with geometric flowers which are repeated on the frosted glass shades. The fixtures are 15” high and extend 8” from the wall.

Sabino Art Deco Wall Light

This 1930’s French art deco wall light was designed by Marius-Ernest Sabino (1878-1961) and features a bronze frame with a ribbed shade in frosted glass. The glass is signed “Sabino, France”. The light can be used horizontally or vertically and would be at home in a hallway, over a painting or mirror or in a bathroom. The fixture is 21” long x 5 ¼” wide and extends 3 ¼” from the wall.

Art Deco Winged Lady Sconces

A pair of American art deco nickel plated sconces from a Palm Beach Estate. A winged lady with outstretched arms holds aloft a 14” wide nickel bowl. The lady is reserved against a rectangular nickel plaque. The fixtures have been replated and rewired and are 17” high.

Art Deco Wrought Iron Corner Sconces

A very unusual pair of French art deco hand wrought iron corner sconces from the 1930s. The fixtures are finished on the two front sides and attach to the walls of a corner on the other two sides. The two front sides as well as the bottom are fitted with frosted glass. The wrought iron has been cleaned and the fixtures have been rewired for American electricity. The sconces measure 10" high by 6" on each side. A great accent piece for any corner!

French Art Deco Degue Sconce

This French art deco wall sconce dates from the 1930s and was designed by Edouard Cazaux (1889-1974) for Les Cristalleries de Compiegne (DegueDegue
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In 1928 Edouard Cazaux, (1889 - 1974), an artist, sculptor and ceramic designer joined forces with David Gueron, founder of Christalleries de Compiegne. The company was called "Verrerie d' art Degue". They opened a retail outlet in 1930 in Paris on Rue Druout which existed until 1939. The company participated in the decoration of the steamship Normandy, launched in 1935. Their glass was signed "Degue".
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) for whom Cazaux was artistic director from 1928 to 1935. The glass, which is in the form of geometric flowers set in a basket is signed "Degue" and is set in a nickel frame. The fixture measures 12" high by 10" wide and extends 4" from the wall.

French Art Deco Hettier-Vincent Sconces

This pair of 1930s French art deco sconces is of wrought iron with frosted glass fronts featuring geometric palm fronds. The glass is signed "Hettier-Vincent, France". The sconces measure 10" high x 6" wide and extend 6" from the wall.

American Art Deco Milk Glass Ceiling Light

Industrial. Machine Age. This American art deco ceiling light dates from the 1930's and seems right out of a Flash Gordon movie. Four clamps hold the globe to the body. The nickel center ring surrounds an opening that sends light down while the globe emits a soft glow. There is a nickel central shaft with ceiling cap and two nickel cone shaped reflectors. The light measures 20" in diameter and drops 28" from the ceiling. The drop can be shortened by up to 6" by cutting the shaft. The fixture has been replated in bright nickel and rewired.

Pair Of Lucite Nickel Sconces

This pair of American art deco sconces are nickel over brass with three Lucite flanges emerging from the bottom. The light floods up while the Lucite glows from the inside. The pair have been replated and rewired. They measure 8" high, 14" wide and 7" deep.

Pair of Two Light Sconces

This special pair of French art deco sconces dates from the 1940's. Each brass body holds two 9" in diameter glass shades which open at the top. The sconces have been rewired for American electricity. They measure 21" wide x 7" high and project 12" from the wall.

Pair French Art Deco Alabaster and Bronze Sconces - Style of Sue et Mare

This pair of stylish French art deco wall sconces is in the style of Sue et Mare and dates to the 1920’s.  The gold hued bronze surround is in the form of twin cornucopias with flower heads connected at the base with a floral drop.  The sconces are 20” wide and 9” high.

Pair French Art Deco Sconces

A pair of French Art Deco sconces "Plume" designed by André Arbus to resemble a feather and are made of clear and frosted glass with twisted glass central stem and bronze fittings, measuring 12 1/2" high and rewired for American Electricity.

Three French Sconces

This set of three French art deco sconces has a very geometric pattern in the frosted glass which is repeated in the bronze frames. They have been rewired for American electricity and are ready to hang. The glass is marked "EGC 1043 France". The sconces measure 12" high x 8 ½ wide.

Noveroy Sconces

A pair of French art deco sconces of wrought iron and formed glass. The glass shows stylized geometric flower heads and leaves and is signed "Noveroy France". The sconces are 11 1/2" high and 11" wide.

Ile De France Ceiling Light

This art deco ceiling light is from the Ile de France and matches the sconces above. It too, was designed by Jules Leleu. The light measures 28" long x 13" wide and drops 5" from the ceiling. It is in excellent condition and has been rewired for American electricity

Ile De France Sconces

The Ile de France, one of the most deco of all the French Transatlantic steamships had its maiden voyage in 1927. Its interior was gutted in 1941 for conversion as a troop ship. In 1947, after the war, it was redecorated and put into luxury service again. Thirty prestigious French decorating firms were assigned to the 1926 decoration of the ship's interior. Jules Leleu won the contract for the Salon de Lecture. When the ship was refitted in 1947 for its 1949 return to service, Leleu was again chosen to decorate, among other areas, the Salon de Lecture. These four sconces and the following ceiling light are from the Salon de Lecture on the Ile de France. The sconces are bronze with concave frosted glass panels and twisted clear glass rods. All are in excellent condition and have been rewired for American electricity. The sconces measure 33" high and are 7 ½" wide. They can be purchased as a set of four or as a pair.

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