This handsome pair of double-arm Louis XVI style sconces dates to the late 19th century, and were originally found in a home in Chicago. These cast bronze wall lamps feature a tapered back plate with beaded and groove details completed with an acorn top finial and a simple small ball bottom finial. The sconces display fluted arms, which begin in a leaf motif winding outward towards rope embellishments. The simple wax-pans support elegant banded candle-cups, making these pieces a sublime addition to any decor. The wall lamps are in excellent condition. They have been professionally rewired, come with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. They are 15 ¾” long, 9 ½” wide and protrudes 4 ¾” from the wall.