Modern Farmhouse - Globe Sconce - Wall Lighting - Light Fixture - Brass Sconce - Black Sconce - Farmhouse Lighting
This lamp is UL listed and thoroughly tested before leaving our shop!
My name is Jay Harrison and I'm the lighting designer here at Mod Creation. I lead a small team of talented craftsmen with over 15 years of experience in handcrafting lamps. I AM PASSIONATE ABOUT MY WORK! I value creativity in the pursuit of design that will stand the test of time. Let's get into the details...
This mid century modern design features top quality unfinished brass. This brass has character. It's not too shiny and has a softer look that fits many modern interior designs.
Depth: 13"(Adjusted as Pictured) Max depth with shade pointing down: 15"
Height: 10.5."(Adjusted as Pictured) Max height with shade pointing down: 14"
Arm length including articulations: 11"
Canopy Diameter: 5" Depth: 1"
Clearance From Wall: 7.5"(Adjusted as Pictured) Max clearance with shade pointing down: 10"
Socket: Standard Medium Base (e26/e27)
Bulb: 60 Watt Squirrel Cage Edison Bulb (Bulbs Included)
On/off type: Turns on and off at socket.
Installation : Direct Wired into Wall (Canopy & Installation Hardware Included!)
* If you would rather have a plug and switch for this lamp just reach out to us.
Here are some common questions about these lamps:
IS THE BULB INCLUDED:
WHAT OTHER BULBS CAN I USE:
You can use incandescent, LED, or fluorescent bulbs up to a 60 Watts. The bulb has a "standard" base which is the most common base in the U.S. so you will have zero problems finding alternatives.
HOW DOES THE LAMP ATTACH TO THE CEILING?
I provide a canopy to cover the electrical box as well as all the hardware needed for attachment! (Hint - this is something to look for as you're shopping as some sellers do not provide them)
WHAT IS THE "DROP" FROM THE CEILING?
This is a measurement from the ceiling to the bottom of your lamp. Let us know in the drop down list at checkout what works for you!
Don't hesitate to reach out if you have questions!
Environmental Photo Courtesy of: @peteandjenlynch