Pair of Porcelain Art Deco Sconces by Sears C1930s Item # R3129
Perhaps nowhere were porcelain fixtures more common than flanking a medicine cabinet or over a kitchen sink. This pair of classic late-Streamline wall brackets was one of the more popular and widely distributed designs, being sold by Sears into the 1950s. Its timeless lines and easy functionality make it suitable for a wide range of homes and uses, period or contemporary.
Porcelain light fixtures first rose in prominence during the late 1920s. Their "sanitary" character, easy styling, range of colors, low costs, and material availability made them very popular during the Depression and World War II years, and they remained a mass-market staple well into the 1950s. Most were intended for kitchens, bathrooms and bedrooms, and they frequently featured exposed bulbs and painted flowers or metallic pin striping.
- Historical Style: Modern: Porcelain
- Notes: One fixtures is not as clean and has a crack that does not affect the stability, seen in last image. Also, the cleaner one also has a minor crack as well, but it too is stable.
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