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Anenome Large Flush Mount/Sconce -Open Box

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2006 design.
By Robert Abbey.

This flush mount/sconce features 5 decorative silver tip lamps placed at random amid 4 tiers of tentacles with ball ends. This dramatic fixture offers ambient illumination. Direct wire only. Polished Nickel finish. Also offered in 13" diameter size.

Material(s): Metal

Dimensions: 11.6" X 23.5"W X 23.5"Dia

Lamp Type: INCANDESCENT

Bulbs: 5 X 60W Type A Silver Tip incandescent lamps (included)

Listing: UL

Robert Abbey

At Robert Abbey, designs are a true passion. Robert Abbey works diligently to offer the most trend right merchandise with the highest quality standards at affordable prices. The Robert Abbey family owned and operated company has been designing and manufacturing fine lighting products since 1946 from their Robert Abbey design studio and factory in Hickory, North Carolina.

Fine lighting collections include table, floor, wall and ceiling fixtures offered in a range of finishes to bring cohesive design to any environment.

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Awesome looking mid-century statement sconce, but it is HEAVY!
 

This is a really beautiful sconce - it looks killer installed, and is really for ambient light. However, I will say that the weight of this sconce is insane. I think its probably at least 40lbs. So i installed it by myself (I do not recommend; its hard to wire it and hold it close to the wall uninstalled). I was able to secure it's 3 arm/pronged hidden mounting bracket to the junction box very securely, however, the sconce is so heavy, that it actually bent the top arm of the hidden bracket out from the wall a bit, so when you look at it from the side, the top hangs out from the wall maybe a 1/4", but hasn't bent any further. The manufacturer could alleviate this by increasing the gauge of the metal on the hidden bracket, or make it have more arms. My guess is that if this was ceiling mounted, this would be less of an issue, as the weight/pull would be evenly distributed. But it looks really cool. It casts a shadow of it's own arms against the wall...

By:Jason S. , Homeowner (Los Angeles)

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