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Vermont Modern 289465 Old Sparky 7 Inch Wide Wall Sconce

  • Capitol ID: 2239977 MFR SKU: 289465-1000
$ 693.00

Finish: Black
Accent: Wood
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Articulating plug-in LED lamp. Available in Black finish with Vermont maple accent. The handle and wood dowel pivot to direct the LED light source. Includes 10 feet of brown braided cloth cord. Can also be wall mounted as a pin-up sconce.

  • Lumens:  460 Lumens
  • Voltage:  Line Voltage (120 volts)
  • UL Listing:  Damp Locations
  • Attention:  Not suitable for installation in outdoor spaces that are not enclosed.
  • Dimensions
  • Height:   17.00 inches
  • Width:   7.40 inches
  • Depth:   3.00 inches
  • Weight:   4.40 pounds
  • Backplate Dimensions:   5 x 8.5 inches
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Vermont Modern

Vermont Modern by Hubbardton Forge - A Unique Twist on Modern Lighting by the Modern American Blacksmiths

Vermont Modern was introduced in 2017 by Hubbardton Forge as a more quirky, trendy brand geared towards a tech savvy audience. The design team mixes a clean and quirky aesthetic with hand-crafted techniques and sustainable practices. Featuring a range of bold colors and sharp lines, Vermont Modern designs are contemporary and fresh. Their products are dynamic and fun, often with a free-flowing movement that brings a contagious energy to your interior décor. Most importantly, they remain true to Hubbardton Forge standards, providing high-quality, hand-crafted lighting at an affordable price. Vermont Modern by Hubbardton Forge prides itself on stylish, well-made designs that breathe refreshing new light into any contemporary space. And like its parent brand, Vermont Modern is designed and manufactured in, you guessed it, Vermont.