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.
Keswick's simple, refined style is equally at home in the English countryside or a SoHo flat. This sconce's j-shaped arm is double mounted, creating a durable and appealing design. Bell-shaped glass, cast swivels, and straight-line knurling on the socket holders enhance the collection's vintage character. What an appealing addition to an entry, bedroom, or dining room!
The Shelly is one of our most versatile lighting families. With its simple oval back plate, turned finial and six-sided opal glass shade, it feels right at home in Victorian, Colonial Revival and even Craftsman style interiors. May be installed with shade up or down.
This traditional Maria Theresa 5-light wall mount is a perennial favorite. Glittering swags of crystals and maple leaf-shaped drops drape in an elegant manner, creating sparkle and shine. Generous curved arms support the stepped candle-style lights. Both romantic and formal, this fixture makes a substantial statement in a hallway, living room or master bedroom.
What a wonderful old-world accent for any room in your house! Designed in the English Georgian style, this exquisite sconce features a scallop shell wall plate, rope-turned arms, and dripping wax candles.
Carmac brings a crisp, clean design to fashion forward interiors. This wall sconce features a sleek white glass shade atop a stylish base and square back plate. Choose from two popular finishes.
This traditional Maria Theresa wall mount is a perennial favorite. Draped with maple leaf-shaped and smaller faceted crystals, it sparkles and shines. Generous curved arms with decorative glass florets support a trio of candle-style lights. Both romantic and formal, its lovely alone and impressive in pairs, and is perfect for a living room or master bedroom.
The Storyboard Collection evokes the glamour of 1930s Hollywood or Miami. With a gleaming chrome finish and dashing streamline style, this sconce is stunning to say the least!
The Fritz 1-light bath sconce combines Art Deco and Industrial elements in a fresh and lively way. The clear glass shade paired with a filament bulb makes a classic style statement. Eye-catching alone, striking in pairs.
Derived from Art Deco fixtures of the 1930s, the Calypso collection presents open, airy style. This sconce tapers downward, reminiscent of wedding cake fixtures of the past, while its brilliant glass balls and tear drops draw the eye to its effervescent quality. A bold design, it is at home in a variety of interiors.
The Maria Theresa 2-light wall mount has a special presence all its own. That’s due to its classical proportions draped in elegant cut crystals. A pair of sweet faux candles nestled in etched glass bobeches add a charming period touch. Ideal for a hallway, master closet, or even a well-appointed “she shed.”
This traditional Maria Theresa 5-light wall mount is a perennial favorite. Sparkling faceted teardrops are suspended from graceful swags of smaller crystals, creating a sparkling effect. Faux candles cradled in clear bobeches draw the eye upward while adding period-authentic flair. Both romantic and formal, this wall mount blends well with chandeliers from the same family.
This traditional Maria Theresa 3-light wall mount is a perennial favorite. Sparkling faceted teardrops are suspended from graceful swags of smaller crystals, optimizing light for a sparkling effect. Substantial curved glass arms and etched glass bobeches support candelabra bulbs. Both romantic and formal, this wall mount blends well with chandeliers from the same family.
The Rousseau Wall Sconce infuses light-hearted flair into any space. This minimal design features a globe of dimpled glass encircling a vintage filament bulb (included). Available in an array of charming colors, it is suited for standing alone, framing an entry, or grouping together to line a hall.