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Glass Globe Black and Brass Wall Sconces Set of Two


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The globe black and brass wall sconces’ canopies and arms provide a stunning decorative detail with their semigloss black finish. Their lamp-holders show off a glossy electroplated brass finish, elevating your decor with a boost of sparkle.

The globe black and brass wall sconces’ hand-blown clear glass globe shades introduce a large dose of texture to the space. Boasting a sleek sphere silhouette, they offer the perfect blend of mid-century classic and contemporary elements and complete the aesthetic with an elegant touch.

A mix of finishes encompasses both industrial-inspired qualities and farmhouse elements, yet maintains a modern edge. The wall sconces are attention-grabbing additions to your home interior with their dual finish.

The globe black and brass wall sconces bring eye appeal to the space and serve as a statement piece for gracing the bar, bathroom, entryway, hallway, and kitchen. Each wall sconce is compatible with one 60-watt E26-base bulb (NOT included).

Dispersing welcoming light rays throughout your space, the globe black and brass wall sconces create a comfy atmosphere. ETL listed for dry locations. A hardwired connection is applicable to the wall sconces.

Dimension: 5.9 inches wide * 9.6 inches high; canopy: 5.5 inches. Claxy offers a two-year warranty against workmanship and material defects.

Weight1.6 kg
Dimensions36 × 38 × 18 cm


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