This is a graceful set of four matching ca. 1910 double-arm sconces in beautifully patined bronze. They have urn-shaped top finials and stylized acorn bottom finials. Two stylishly curved sconce arms sprout from the top portion of the back plate and curve out to accept the modest wax-pans and candle-cups. They are signed by the renowned maker, Bradley and Hubbard. The wall lamps are in excellent condition with the exception of two of the sconces having slightly more solder on the arms where they join the back plate (pictured). They have been professionally rewired and come with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. They are 12 ¼” long, 9 ½” wide, and protrude 4 ¾” from the wall. THE PRICE IS FOR ONE PAIR OF SCONCES; THERE ARE TWO PAIRS AVAILABLE.