These 3 Art Deco sconces, circa 1930’s are stunning and quite unique with their Zig-Zag and waterfall design. Removed from a movie theater, each sconce features three glass panels and four glass tubes. The front panel has an etched design within the frosted glass. The side panels are frosted white glass. There are slots for the glass tubes to drop in and be secured. They would look great in your home theater, dining or living room.
Complete restoration as the metal fixtures have been sandblasted, taken down to the bare aluminum and then painted with a metallic gray color. The rotary switches have been replaced. They also have new sockets and wiring. They have been fully restored.
17″ tall and 6″ wide. The extend about 3.5″ from the wall. The glass panels measure 11.5″ tall and are 2.5″ at the widest point. All of the glass rods are approximately 8″ tall, except for two, which are slightly smaller at 8″. The smaller two can be seen on the far left sconce pictured.