These are four matching antique cast iron double-arm sconces, c. 1920’s, made and signed by Lincoln Co. The upper part of the ornate back plate showcases a loop-style cutout, which is bordered in decorative beads. Above the loop is a cast floret surrounded by foliage, which runs down either side. The back plate is raised in the center and lined with corresponding foliate details. The body of the back plate displays faux hammering, cast curls, and florets, and finishes in a bottom cut-out styled loop, which is also beaded. Each of the two sconce arms is made of bent and curled iron bands, which are buttoned to the back plate with florets. The end of each arm supports a foliate bobeche. These wall lamps are in excellent condition with functioning turn switches. They have been professionally rewired and come with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. The sconces are 11” tall, 8” wide and protrude 4” from the wall. Pairs of similar sconces can be found under NSP340-RW, NSP278-RW, and NSP238-RW. THE PRICE LISTED IS FOR EACH PAIR; THERE ARE TWO PAIRS AVAILABLE.