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Capital Lighting Fixture Company West Port Old Bronze Two-Light Sconce

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  • Bellacor Number: 1946350
  • Old Bronze Finish
  • 18 Inches High
  • 11 Inches Wide
  • 2 - 60 Watt E12, Candelabra B10 Bulbs
  • Weight: 9.5 LBS
  • Interior Damp Rated



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- DESCRIPTION -
  • Add an architectural detail inside or out with the 2-light West Port sconce. The Old Bronze finish adds the warmth of American traditional style in hallways, by vanity mirrors or flanking artwork. This sconce is also damp rated for use in covered exterior areas, so it‘s perfect to illuminate enclosed patios and covered porches with its rich, classic style.
  • One year limited manufacturer warranty.
  • Bulb(s) not included.
Disclaimers:  *Due to manufacturer policies, additional discounts cannot be applied to this item. Clearance, doorbusters, hot buys, open box and temporary price cut items are not eligible for discounts.


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SPECIFICATIONS
Bellacor Number:
1946350
Finish:
Old Bronze
Material:
Steel
Dimensions:
11"W x 18"H x 6.25"Ext
Backplate:
9"W x 18"H
Style:
Traditional
Voltage:
110 to 120 Volt
Bulb/Watt:
2 - 60 watt E12, Candelabra B10 bulbs
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Bulb/Gas Type:
Incandescent Bulb
Weight:
9.5 Lbs
Assembly:
Some Assembly Required.
Certification:
Location Rating:
UPC:
841740115933
Brand SKU:
620121OB
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