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Early 1900s French Glass Sconce

Vaillant & Cie

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Early 1900s French Glass Sconce
Early 1900s French Glass Sconce
Early 1900s French Glass Sconce

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Excellent
Country of Origin:
France
Style:
Belle Époque
Materials:
glass/bronze/brass
Size:
7.5" L x 6" W x 7.5" H
Color/Finish:
gold/white

Why We Love This

Romantic early-1900s French bronze and brass sconce with etched white glass globe. The back plate has scrolled acanthus designs and the globe has a small scratch. Wired for US use and in working condition. Gifts a soft, warm glow.
As described by Vaillant & Cie

About Vaillant & Cie

Can’t get to France? We deliver iconic, eclectic, traditional, and avant garde pieces. With styles from bistro to chateaux, Vaillant & Cie finds and delivers the Gallic soul. Husband and wife team Louis (French) and Susan (American) provide a unique array of the riches that are France, where chandeliers cozy up to painted shutters and doors and mannequins become lamps. We also have antique garden furniture, vintage glass, antique silver, and linens. Provence to Paris — toujours la France.