This is a fascinating pair of antique Art Deco pocket sconces, dating from the 1930’s, originally from a theater. The shades of these remarkable sconces are each formed of four metal semicircles resting atop each other, each flaring out to allow light to shine through; each shade rests on a beautiful copper base. The bottom of each sconce is formed from a half-moon of flashed glass, creating a beautiful effect. These wall lamps are in very good antique condition with a very tiny dent in the side of one shade (pictured) which is barely noticeable. The glass is in excellent condition with no cracks or breaks, just the expected fleabites at the edges and corners. The sconces have been professionally rewired and come with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. They measure 9 ¼” wide, 3 ¾” tall, and protrude 5” from the wall. Similar sconces are available under item # NSP304-RW and NSP313-RW.