A PAIR OF CONTINENTAL GLASS MOUNTED SIX LIGHT GILT WROUGHT IRON WALL SCONCES, POSSIBLY ITALIAN, FIRST HALF 20TH CENTURY, each nicely modeled as a ribbon tied bow, suspending two naturalistically detailed intertwined leafy grape vines, issuing curved vine form arms at varying levels, ending in circular dish bobeches and flaring rimmed nozzles, interspersed throughout with curling stems suspending paired transparent glass leaves, over amber and amethyst glass fruits and grape clusters, fitted for electricity. Height: 38" Width: 14" Depth: 5 1/4"
Good condition for items of this age, use and materials including but not limited to; expected surface buildup, discoloration of gilt areas, lacking some clear glass leaves, normal minor marks and scratches throughout.
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