This is a beautiful pair of antique single-arm silver plate sconces with their original acid-etched, iridescent shades, circa 1910. Each sconce features an elegant, silver plated backplate ornamented with volutes and acanthus leaves, with lattice detail at the top and bottom. A splendid arm receiver bowl with a rope band and acanthus borders supports a reeded arm with a graceful leaf appliqué. The arm supports a sleek, silver plated shade holder with a magnificent iridescent shade. The figural etched shade depicts a woman, with a Vitruvian wave pattern running along the lower edge of the shade. These wall lamps are in excellent condition, and the shades are also in excellent condition with no cracks or breaks, just the expected fleabites around the rims. The sconces have been professionally rewired and come with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. These sconces measure 5” wide, 13 ¾” tall, and have an 8” projection. A coordinating pair of sconces is listed under item # NSP415-RW.