Victorian Wall Sconce | Item #A1495

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Price $260.00

Sale Price $208.00



The Paisley is a historically accurate reproduction of one of the earliest electric fixtures ever made. This wall bracket was originally manufactured in the 1880s by Sigmund Bergmann, a close collaborator of Thomas Edison's and the man who patented the electric socket. We owe him a debt of gratitude – not just for the technology, but also for the charm of his design.

The design of the Plum and Paisley represents a major leap forward in the lighting world: down-facing lights like these were not possible in the age of gas lamps.

Product Specifications

Socket Turnkey
Maximum fixture wattage per socket 60W
UL Listing UL Listed Dry
Canopy width 5.3"
Overall fixture width 5.3"
Overall fixture length 8.27581188847623"
Overall fixture depth 14.14916479490385"
Shade height 5"


  • Solid brass parts
  • Decorative scrollwork on arm
  • Compatible with 3-1/4" fitter shades
  • 9 hand-applied finishes


For a matching pendant, see the Plum.

While we included a functional, authentic turnkey socket, you can also control the light with a wall switch.

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