Antique Wall Sconces
Wall sconces are ideal lighting solutions for brightening hallways, dining rooms, bathrooms and other living areas. Attractive and highly functional, our antique wall sconce lighting selection represents all the major period home styles. Refine your selection by choosing a style below.
Seeking a versatile task light? The Arti Adjustable Arm 1-light sconce can be plugged in or hard-wired, you decide. With the plug-in model, an optional cord cover that matches the fixture is available, creating a finished look.
Seeking a versatile task light? The Arti Articulating Arm 1-light sconce can be plugged in or hard-wired, you decide. With the plug-in model, an optional cord cover that matches the fixture is available, creating a finished look.
Reminiscent of industrial lighting, the Menlo Park 1-Light Sconce pays tribute to innovation and all things mechanical. Crafted from a blend of hand-worked iron and steel cables with brass accents, it brings chic style to modern living. The shade is made of thick, pressed glass—inspired by the vintage glass insulators of the mid-1800’s.
A master of vintage composure, this romantic Toledo 11-inch Wall Sconce is at once striking and subtle. It features one light and a rustic old-silver finish.
A master of vintage composure, this romantic Toledo 14-inch Wall Sconce is at once striking and subtle. It features one light and a rustic old-silver finish.
Suited to modern and traditional farmhouses alike, this charming fixture delivers quintessential early-American style. Its Hiroshi-grey, wrought-iron frame accentuates its white porcelain elements, making it as versatile as it is functional. Uncomplicated and timeless, the Eastleigh wall sconce is both pure and pleasing.
A Mid-Century design grounded in Colonial traditions, the Collier 1-light sconce reflects retro simplicity. Knobs, hinges and stems give this fixture utilitarian elegance . A seedy-glass hurricane shade adds to its appeal.
The Gotham Wall Sconce brings old-world flavor to traditional and contemporary homes alike. An inverted cylindrical glass shade is suspended from its wrought-iron back plate. Its smoked glass has just the right amount of hue, not too dark, not too light, while the aged-silver finish adds to its rich industrial style.
The architecturally-inspired Compass wall sconce brings a simple, clean look to traditional and contemporary interiors alike. A warm Cupertino finish graces the wrought iron arms and backplate, while crisp, white-linen shades create a refined contrast. It's a fitting fixture for hallways, entryways, or dining rooms.