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Vintage

Hans Jakobsson Brass Sconces, Pair

Metropolis Modern

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Hans Jakobsson Brass Sconces, Pair
Hans Jakobsson Brass Sconces, Pair
Hans Jakobsson Brass Sconces, Pair
Hans Jakobsson Brass Sconces, Pair
Hans Jakobsson Brass Sconces, Pair
Hans Jakobsson Brass Sconces, Pair

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1960s
Condition:
Very Good; minor uneven patina on brass finish from age
Country of Origin:
Sweden
Style:
Modern
Materials:
brass/glass
Size:
6.5" L x 8.5" W x 12" H
Color/Finish:
brass

Why We Love This

Pair of 1960s Swedish brass sconces with smoked glass shades by Hans Jakobsson. One sconce signed with paper label. Newly wired for US use. Each sconce uses one 40W candelabra bulb.
As described by Metropolis Modern

About Metropolis Modern

New York-based Metropolis Modern, founded in 2003 by Dominic Albanese, specializes in 20th-century modern furniture, lighting, and home accessories. With a collection ranging from pieces by modern masters such as Edward Wormley and Milo Baughman to one-of-a kind finds, Metropolis is a favorite among leading interior designers and architects, hotels, fashion retailers, and, of course, collectors.