This colossal pair of exterior Neoclassical style sconces is amazing. They were originally a part of the building at 1 Beale St. in Memphis, TN. These sconces begin with the original, amazing, milk glass globes and mount with a rectangular back plate, which displays a leaf-and-dart border. Extending from the back plate utilizing a classic corbel style bracket the sconce arm meets a gorgeous torch style body. The body displays gadrooned leafy details about the top and bottom with fluting along the majority of the piece. Finishing with a welcoming pineapple finial, these sconces are breathtaking. The wall lamps are in very good antique condition having a small blemish at one of the back plates, which is a 1” x 3/8” cut-out, that was most likely created for the running of wires (see image) . They have been professionally rewired and come with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. They are a massive 47” long, 8 ¾” wide at the back plate and 16” wide at the globe. They protrude 16 ½” from the wall.