Victorian Wall Sconce

Item #A1495

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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
Shade A1495+OP+B1390+5 in
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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