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VTG Pair Art Deco MidWest Mnfg Soleure Sconces 1900-1940 with Glass Shades

VTG Pair Art Deco MidWest Mnfg Soleure Sconces 1900-1940 with Glass Shades
VTG Pair Art Deco MidWest Mnfg Soleure Sconces 1900-1940 with Glass Shades
VTG Pair Art Deco MidWest Mnfg Soleure Sconces 1900-1940 with Glass Shades
VTG Pair Art Deco MidWest Mnfg Soleure Sconces 1900-1940 with Glass Shades
VTG Pair Art Deco MidWest Mnfg Soleure Sconces 1900-1940 with Glass Shades
VTG Pair Art Deco MidWest Mnfg Soleure Sconces 1900-1940 with Glass Shades
VTG Pair Art Deco MidWest Mnfg Soleure Sconces 1900-1940 with Glass Shades
VTG Pair Art Deco MidWest Mnfg Soleure Sconces 1900-1940 with Glass Shades
VTG Pair Art Deco MidWest Mnfg Soleure Sconces 1900-1940 with Glass Shades
VTG Pair Art Deco MidWest Mnfg Soleure Sconces 1900-1940 with Glass Shades
VTG Pair Art Deco MidWest Mnfg Soleure Sconces 1900-1940 with Glass Shades
VTG Pair Art Deco MidWest Mnfg Soleure Sconces 1900-1940 with Glass Shades

VTG Pair Art Deco MidWest Mnfg Soleure Sconces 1900-1940 with Glass Shades
VTG Pair Art Deco. With Rare Frosted White Glass Slip Shades. I pack professionally to facilitate your damage-free receipt. And you will have to file your own claim. Frosted White Glass Shades Included with Sconce Frames. Presented for Your Consideration. The “Soleure” series by MidWest Manufacturing not only exemplifies some of the most iconic and recognizable Art Deco decorative designs in motifs but also captures an extraordinary commitment to material quality and high execution. So today, I present to you one of the best, so that even in remarkably similar times, we may seek respite and find beauty and reassurance in the presence of its promise for a better tomorrow, from a bitter past. I’ve seen two models of the Soleure slip shades that adorn its complementary sconce and chandelier frames. The brown and tan model which is better known in collectors’ circles and. Surface now and then. Then there is the frosted white version which is rarely seen and understood to be more expensive, perhaps due to its higher capacity for functional lighting. This listing exhibits that latter rarer of the two. The pair of glass is in remarkably good condition with minor chipping and wear to the fitter edges. There are no cracks, breaks nor discernable manufacturing defects. The frames are also in good structural condition with some surface wear commensurate with age. Old sockets, wires and rotary switches are all intact and have not been tested. The fixture backsides show hooks that were used to hang them on my storage rack. Height – 11 1/2 inches. Width – 5 1/2. Weight – Approximately 1 lb 5 oz each. Approximately 1 lb each, add 4 inches to depth, add 1/2 inch to height. All electric parts should be checked before regular use. Clean, repair and replace electric parts as needed. If you’re looking for a pair of period sconces with distinctive flair, you can’t go wrong with this set. I acquired this pair with a handsome hoard of lamps and period parts from established antiquities dealers over the years for my lighting business. This listing is for a genuine artifact of a bygone era that will be a pleasure to welcome into a new home. Please ask all questions. Thank you for viewing my listing. You may wish to see further rare and unusual vintage collections. Exceptional lamps and lighting instruments designed to surprise and delight both casual users and serious connoisseurs of light. I use clean, recycled materials and a heavy-duty box whenever possible. Tall and long items can bend during transport and become damaged when passed from hand to hand. IF POSSIBLE, DO NOT PAY UNTIL I SEND YOU AN INVOICE. “Jellies” – Jellyfish outside the sea, wrapped in aqua, kelp, coral, amber and. “Strata” – Classic Italian marble brought to light in honey, wood, turquoise and bone. “Cobble Stones” – Burnt orange and blue-mint sprinkled over chunky, marbled stones. “Tropical Canopies” – Float above the Amazon – apprehend foliage, fruits and falling water. “Alabaster in the Sun” – Pale, translucent slate with fragments of ivory. “Ambrosia” – A world-view from inside an amber preserve. “Eclipse” – Sunset or sunrise? Blue bleeds red into orange and honey. “Red Coral Sea” – Imagine a blanket of red, orange and aquamarine unfurled along an ocean bottom. Lighting Designs Available / Custom Inquiries Welcome. Single & Multiple Light Configurations. Night Lights : Mushroom, Hanging Jellyfish, Simple Globes. The item “VTG Pair Art Deco MidWest Mnfg Soleure Sconces 1900-1940 with Glass Shades” is in sale since Sunday, January 3, 2021. This item is in the category “Antiques\Architectural & Garden\Chandeliers, Sconces & Lighting Fixtures”. The seller is “hotgoodcoldbad” and is located in Seattle, Washington. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Size: Large
  • Style: Art Deco
  • Decade: 1930s
  • Maker: MidWest Manufacturing
  • Material: Bronze
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
  • Type: Sconce
  • Features: With Glass Shades
  • Color: Bronze

VTG Pair Art Deco MidWest Mnfg Soleure Sconces 1900-1940 with Glass Shades
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