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Antique Paint Decorated Tin Candle Sconce, Tole Wall Sconce
American, Early 19th Century - SOLD


Antique Paint Decorated Tin Candle Sconce, Tole Wall Sconce
American, Early 19th Century, entire view

Crimped arched top, single candle socket within half round drip pan
(Height: 13.75"; width: 3.25"; depth: 2.5")

SOLD

1256-45




Antique, Mirrored Tin Candle Sconce
Date/Period: Circa 1825 - SOLD


Antique, Mirrored Tin Candle Sconce, entire view 1

Measurement: Height; 10.5"; width: 9.875"; depth: 5.75"

Material: Tinned sheet iron, mirrored glass segments

Condition: Generally, very good with typical loss to silvering; loss of one glass
segment adjacent to socket post which is easily replaced; displays well and looks
fine as is.

Additional Information: A single American segmented mirror [reflector] back dished
tin sconce having single candle socket within crimped drip pan.

SOLD

424-352




19th Century Double Candle Wall Sconce for Corner
America, circa 1820 - SOLD


19th Century Double Candle Wall Sconce for Corner
America, circa 1820, entire view 1

A unique large sconce featuring two pushup candle sticks…sockets with bobeches;
down sloping sides and elliptical grease pan shelf…all edges with folded rims;
reinforced bottom and wire hanging device; original black paint. Ex personal collection
of Ted and Carol Hayward, Ex Sandra Cutchin. (Height: 17"; width: 16"; depth: 12")

SOLD

1002-309




Antique Candle Sconce, Tinned Sheet Iron, Triple Sockets
American, Circa 1830 - SOLD


Antique Folk Art, Pair of Portraits Painted on Board, Husband and Wife
American School, Anonymous, Circa 1830s, entire view 1

A rectangular form with vertical orientation, three candle sockets with ejection slits
within bracketed pan having folded front edge. The back is decorated with simple
arched branches emanating from a single stem. The surface is very interesting with
traces of thinning paint, natural stippling and oxidized color.
(Height: 16.25"; width: 12"; depth: 3")

SOLD

1283-26




A Pair of French Hunting Horn (Style) Brass Wall Candle Sconces
Second Half of 19th Century; A decorator’s delight - SOLD


Antique Pair of French Brass Candle Sconces in Hunting Horn Style, 19th Century, entire view

(L: 24”)

SOLD

659-109




Antique, Two Light Cut Glass Candle Sconces, Brass Arms, Nozzles & Drip Pans
England, Early to Mid-18th C. - SOLD


Antique, Two Light Cut Glass Candle Sconces, Brass Arms, Nozzles & Drip Pans
England, Early to Mid-18th Century, angle view

A rare and desirable pair of shaped glass wall sconces featuring cut decoration and
ground edges; the glass is mounted on conforming wood backs having wrought iron
straps designed for hanging. Brass cup fittings with drop finials piercing the glass
receive the scrolled brass arms that accommodate a pair of nozzles above cast and
turned drip pans. At onetime these were electrified as evidenced by tiny apertures in
nozzles and drip pans that do not distract. For similar examples see English Looking
Glasses – A Study of the Glass, Frames and Makers (1670-1820)
by Geoffrey Wills, page 112, plate 120.

1164-7 - SOLD




Pair of Handsome Sheet Brass Wall Sconces, Seventeenth Century, Great Surface
As found in England and the Netherlands (probably Dutch)
Dated 1680
Repousse decoration, cast pillars, double sockets impressed with tulips - SOLD


Pair of Handsome Sheet Brass Wall Sconces, Seventeenth Century, Great Surface
As found in England and the Netherlands (probably Dutch)
Dated 1680, entire view

This pair said to have been purchased at a flea market in Amsterdam
See: Domestic Metalwork 1640-1820 by Gentle and Field, pp., 199, no. 7; also The Art of Pilgrim Century Furniture (1620-1720) by Francis Barrett, page 32.
(H: 15"; W: 8"; drip-pan D: 4")

424-191 - SOLD




Candle Sconces, Tinned Plate, Gothic, Great Surface
Probably England
17th or 18th Century - SOLD


Candle Sconces, Tinned Plate, Gothic, Great Surface
Probably England
17th or 18th Century, entire view

Candle socket and drip pan tabbed as is short supporting arm; embossed ornament scrolled at base. (H: 17.5"; W: 4.5"; D: 3.25")

497-93 - SOLD




An Outstanding Punch-Work Tin and Copper Candler Sconce
New Mexican folk art at its best
19th Century - SOLD


An Outstanding Punch-Work Tin and Copper Candler Sconce
New Mexican folk art at its best
19th Century, entire view

An inspired highly decorated work consisting of thirty-eight pieces of punch-decorated tinned sheet- iron and a domed copper disc at the center of star; single candle socket with scalloped bobeche. Nice patina. Very good condition with minor rust as depicted; one tin disk sweated. (Height: 20.5 inches; width: 14 inches; depth: 4.5 inches.) Literature: Early Lighting, compiled and Published by the Rushlight Club, page 31; plate 3-54.

766-5 - SOLD




Candle Sconces, Matched Set of Four, Original Oyster White Paint
New England, found in Maine, old meeting house (13.25 by 15")
19th Century
Country, unusual triangle shape, each with three nozzles on crimped pans - SOLD


Candle Sconces, Matched Set of Four, Original Oyster White Paint
New England, found in Maine, old meeting house (13.25 by 15'')
19th Century, entire view

958-15 - SOLD





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