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Victorian 1 Light Wall Sconce with Opal Glass Shades with Triplex Opal Glass Shades - 9" Tall

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Feeling nostalgic for simpler times? The Victorian Collection helps you create a vintage look in any room. This Venetian Bronze one-light bath fixture is boldly simple with pure white, triplex opal glass shades and precise metal fittings. Coordinates with Delta Faucet fixtures to provide a whole-room decorating solution. This fixture can be installed with the glass facing up or down to suit your preference.

Features:

  • White triplex opal glass shades
  • Traditional/Classic style fixture
  • Made of metal
  • Requires (1) 100 watt medium (E26) base incandescent bulb - Not Included
  • UL and CUL Rated for damp locations

Dimensions:

  • Fixture Height: 8 1/2"
  • Fixture Overall Width: 5 5/8"

Electrical Specifications:

  • Bulb Base: Medium (E26)
  • Bulb Included: No
  • Bulb Type: Compact Fluorescent
  • Number of Bulbs: 1
  • Voltage: 120v (U.S. standard line voltage)
  • Total Wattage: 100
  • Watts Per Bulb: 100

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Do It Yourself: Installing an Indoor Wall Sconce

Follow Kyleen Bromley of Build.com as she shows you the step-by-step process of replacing and installing an indoor wall sconce.