Rare Pair of Architectural Sconces by Arteluce Italy c. 1958
Chromed steel & polished aluminum structures supporting large frosted glass shades. One edison socket per sconce. Signed with manufacturer's sticker. The design of these sconces is attributed to the architectural duo of Carlo Santi & Vittorio Borachia based on other very similar pieces they did. h. 17.5" w. 8" d. 12"
Excellent condition. Metal has been recently polished out and shows only minimal signs of age. Glass has no chips or significant scratches, and wiring and sockets have all been recently replaced.
"Yali," Studio-built, Bronze Wall Sconces by Alexandre Logé France 2011
Contemporary sconces, handmade per order in France. Anatomically-inspired form in polished bronze with hand applied patina. Two candelabra sockets, & paper shade. Lead time is 12-15 weeks. h. 36" w. 18.5" d. 7.5"
"Cinelli," Sculptural Bronze Sconces by Alexandre Logé France 2009
Textured bronze sconces in crucifix form, with sculptural detailing. Textured silk shades. These sconces are now being produced with custom mounting plate that matches fixture, see images 6 & 7. Also can be ordered in custom 3-light version. Lead time: 12 to 15 weeks. h. 36" w. 19" d. 7.5"
Pair of Large-Scale Sconces #1568 by Max Ingrand for Fontana Arte Italy c. 1956
Large slabs of thick, curved crystal with beveled sides. Etched squares with chipped centers run down the middle of each sconce. 7 candelabra sockets. An unusual & extraordinary example of glass manipulation & craftsmanship, with entirely brass body and mounts. These sconces are a significant Ingrand model. h. 24" w. 8.5" d. 4.5"
Excellent condition. Expected wear to brass and glass shows signs of age. Wiring and sockets are new.