Nostalgic Wall Sconce Fixture With Shade, Antique Pewter Finish
SKU: B810021 | Ordering Code: NOS/SCON/SHADE-PW
| UPC: 739698810096
Clearance ItemOnly 4 left in stock. Will not be re-stocked. Typically ships within one business day.
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Bulbrite’s Nostalgic Fixture Collection is the perfect complement to any vintage or contemporary décor
The classic lines and antique hardware will enhance the aesthetic appeal of your current design
This Nostalgic Fixture is best paired with Bulbrite’s hand-crafted, vintage Nostalgic bulbs
Max Wattage – 60W
Accommodates one (1) standard (E26) base bulb, sold separately
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|Any Medium Base
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The primary direction in which a fixture directs its light, either up, down or ambient. In this context, ambient means that light is directed outwards into a room, as opposed to up at the ceiling or down at the floor.