A remarkable pair of antique bronze double-arm figural sconces with Wedgwood plaques by E.F. Caldwell, salvaged out of a home in Alexandria, VA. Dating from the early 1900’s, each sconce’s circular backplate is surrounded by a flowing design of bows and bellflowers and is crowned with an eagle. The center of each backplate features a “Wedgwood blue” porcelain plaque; one features a cherub holding a foliate scroll, the other has an elegant Greek maiden in a contrapposto stance holding a scroll. Two smooth arms with glass rosettes curled within curl outward to support gadrooned bobeches. These wall lamps are in excellent condition; they have been professionally rewired and come with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. Each sconce measures 9-3/4” wide, 25” tall, and have a 5″ projection.