A rare antique hammered copper sconce, dating from the 1920’s, and found in a home in Philadelphia, PA. The sconce features an arched backplate with crenulated edges; a Norse god wearing a crown flanked with feathers tops the backplate. An understated bracket extends from the bottom of the backplate to support five simple bobeches. This wall lamp is in excellent condition; it has been professionally rewired, and comes with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. The sconce is 20-1/2” tall, 28-1/2” wide, and project 9-1/2” from the wall.