Rustic Wall Sconce
Searching for a Rustic Style Wall Sconce? Look no further than Lighting by Hammerworks for handcrafted reproduction of primitive Colonial light fixtures. Not to mention, we design the rustic sconce model S131A to coordinate with a variety of styles. Moreover, if you need additional light in an area, consider the matching 2 candle Antique Sconce S131 model. Either way, these classic design Colonial Wall Sconces are an ideal choice.
In any event, we use solid copper, brass, or tin to create every vintage-style candelabra. That being said, you can coordinate with the color scheme and design of any space. In addition, as previously noted we offer several vintage tin sconce styles with 2 or 3 candles. Furthermore, each Rustic Style Wall Sconce accommodates 60 watts per candelabra socket. As a result, they are ideal for areas requiring additional lighting.
As mentioned, Rustic Sconces are a great lighting option to install throughout your home. Here are some guidelines to consider. Generally speaking, install your Rustic Style Wall Sconce between 5-6 feet from the floor. Another guideline is to measure down 6 inches from the top of the window and then use that as your mounting height for all the wall sconces in the room
Generally speaking, we offer a large selection of Colonial Tin Chandeliers to complement the sconces. In fact, Reproduction Chandeliers CH201 and the single-tier version Antique Home Model CH104 are especially popular choices. Either way, all rustic chandeliers are available in both antique tin and brass finish. Thus they’ll perfectly coordinate with the Early American wall sconces. No matter what, each primitive chandelier is supplied with 2 feet of matching chain and a ceiling canopy. Furthermore, any additional chain is always available for a minimal charge if you require it. Certainly, with so many reproduction design chandeliers to choose from you will always find one that is just right.
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