Mixed finishes, shapes and techniques come together seamlessly in this two-light mixed metal pendant. The antique silver tubular rod anchors the design and contrasts with the hand-hammered antique brass back plate and sockets on the top and bottom of the rod. Shown with Edison bulbs.
Industrial rivets emerge as unexpected ornament paired with milky, opaline glass. Based on an Art Nouveau original, this antique brass flush mount fixture solves the problem of what to hang when ceilings are too low for a chandelier but befitting of beautiful decoration.
Bringing the outdoors in brings continuity to modern living. True to its namesake, the Hive Sconce is inspired by one of nature's most fascinating habitats. Viewing the piece from below will reveal a modular honeycomb shape in antique brass.
This starburst design in antique brass has eight lights and works as well on the wall as it does as a ceiling mount. Shown with small clear tubular bulbs. Approved for use in covered outdoor areas
A steel back plate and center spear finished in antique brass serve as the anchor on this unique sconce design. Two pairs of symmetrical discs are finished in oil-rubbed bronze. Frosted glass diffusers add a lightness to the piece. Approved for use in covered outdoor areas.
Inspired by one of our best selling mirror collections, this gold leafed iron wall sconce has two lights and an antiqued mirrored back plate.
The popular Prescott Collection now features this unique, two-light sconce. Iron finished in champagne leaf, with an antiqued, speckled mirror back plate, this sconce is a go-anywhere design. Damp rated and approved for use in covered outdoor areas.
Oval shaped 1- light wall sconce in hammered antique brass and antique bronze finishes. Group in pairs or trios.
This two-light, brass sconce features frosted glass panels on the front and sides. With its brass antiqued rods of varying length, the sconce creates a cage-like pattern that casts arresting light against the walls.
This organic brass sconce finished in gold leaf speaks to movement as it arches from the wall. Looks best when placed so you can take advantage of its profile and the dramatic shadow it casts on the wall.
The frosted glass globe houses a bulb of your choice as it rests on the round steel arm, which is plated in antique brass. Mount multiples down a hallway to create drama or place them on either side of a mirror.
The teardrop seedy glass shade houses a single bulb of your choice, and is suspended from a square, natural iron back plate.