Tequila Wall Sconce
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Design by Mario Ruiz, 2008.
Tequila is a series of sconces providing indirect ambient illumination. Die-cast aluminum shades with steel wall supports. Tequila includes two interchangeable translucent filters for the lower slot, orange and white.
Offered in two sizes, and choice of white or graphite enamel finish. Halogen light source.
Material(s): Aluminum, Steel
- Pe: 4.72"W X 4.33"H X 5.1"Extension
- Gr: 9.45"L X 4.33"H X 5.1"Extension
Lamp Type: HALOGEN
- Pe: 1 X 60W 120V G9 halogen lamp (not included)
- Gr: 1 X 100W 120V R7s linear halogen lamp (78mm) (not included)
Model(s): 159932501 159937401 160032501 160037401 160032500 160037400 159932500 159937400
In their design office, they give extensive thought to the issue of achieving good design. Of understanding the precise place where beauty and utility meet without conflict and without broken lines.See other lights/products from Mario Ruiz
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