House of Troy V502-AB Antique Brass Swing Arm Wall Sconce from the Vision Lamps Collection

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Technical Specs

Bulb Base Bi Pin
Collection Vision Lamps
Finish Application Satin
Height 5
Light Direction Down Lighting
Number of Bulbs 1
Suggested Room Fit Bedroom
Swing Arm Yes
Wattage 100
Watts Per Bulb 100
  • Vision Lamps Wall Swing Arm Lamp
  • Arm: 16"
  • Switch: Full-range dimmer on backplate
  • Shade: 5 1/4" x 2 3/4"
  • Cord: 10' ivory, 30" cord cover
  • Backplate: 5" diameter
  • Bulb: JD type T4 100W halogen (included)

Additional House of Troy Links

Our SKU: V502

This product is listed under the following manufacturer number(s):

  • Antique Brass
    V502-AB
  • Oil Rubbed Bronze
    V502-OB
  • Satin Nickel
    V502-SN

*Denotes a finish or option that has been discontinued

2 Questions from the Community

  • The House of Troy V502 is made to be plugged in.

    Can it be hardwired

    A. The House of Troy V502 is made to be plugged in.

  • The House of Troy V502 shade does not swivel.

    Does the shade on this swivel?

    A. The House of Troy V502 shade does not swivel.

Product Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 by from nice quality Good materials. Great dimmer (the light has a smooth range between very dim and VERY bright), no buzzing or flickering. The lamp head (the rounded shade part) was a bit bigger than I expected, but overall a high-quality piece.
Date published: 2007-11-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Not bad and then some I took my lead from the previous reviews and bought the light thinking that it might be OK. It is now installed and I have to say it is really wonderful. I considered buying another for the other side of the bed, but it is so powerful that I really don't need it. One negative if you can say that is the heat that is generated from the light when it is at it's max. You don't really need it all the way up or you can point it away and diffuse it and it still illuminates very well. Well worth the trouble. I also recommend having an electrician install it for it to be exactly where you want it.
Date published: 2009-05-04

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