Recreated Marseilles French Art Deco Slip Shade Sconce

ART DECO-Modernism


Designer VerificationNone
Country of origin
United States
Material and techniquesLost Wax Cast Brass
Measures (Inches)
- Height: 12 1/2 - Width: 10 - Depth: 5 3/8"

166-ES2-PB French Marseilles Art Deco Slip Shade Sconce Polished Brass with Amber Glass (Pictured) 166-ES1-PB French Art Deco Slip Shade Sconce Polished Brass with Frosted Glass 166-ES2-DK Reproduction Art Deco Marseilles Sconce Antique Brass Finish with Amber Glass 166-ES1-DK Reproduction Art Deco Sconce Antique Brass Finish with Frosted Glass Although we specialize in American antique lighting, we couldn't pass up this French Art Deco design slip shade sconce. When our antique originals sold quickly, we decided to make them as reproductions. We bought the originals from a restoration project in Seattle. They are in the style and quality of Noverdy and Vianne who are now mostly out of business. Pictured is our Polished Brass finish. These part numbers are for a polished brass single sconce. This is a nice large Art Deco sconce which is seldom found. The basic fixture is solid heavy brass, left unlacquered and brought to a high polish. This is the way the sconce would have been presented when new. We also make this sconce nickel plated . Our reproduction art deco shade is heavy glassware, typical of fine quality early glass, but rarely seen today. Choose from a frosted shade, or amber glass shade (pictured). If you have one of these fine sconces and need just the replacement slip shade glass , we can provide that as well. pictured here also are a second look at this very nice sconce (in the antique finish), and the matching French art deco chandelier . We also make this light as a tall ceiling chandelier in several finishes, and both glass options . The socket can handle up to a 100 watt incandescent bulb, or purchase our optional LED Art Deco looking bulb 60-WW-E26 , using only 7 watts and putting out about 75 watts of incandescent equivalent light. Makes running the sconce all night long, perhaps as a nite lite, very economical indeed and cool to the shade as well.