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  • Jasper Morrison Glo-Ball Ceiling/Wall Zero Sconce
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    Jasper Morrison Glo-Ball Ceiling/Wall Zero Sconce
    To provide an innovative take on the hanging glass globe, Jasper Morrison created his Glo-Ball series of lamps (1998), a range of understated blown-glass globes for almost every imaginable situation. Featuring a clean geometric appearance, the Glo-Ball Sconce is crafted with hand-blown opaline glass that’s externally acid-etched and flashed for a pristine surface that evenly diffuses warm glowing light. Suitable for mounting on a wall or ceiling. Bulb (included): halogen 40W/T4/G9. UL Listed. Made in Italy.
  • Peter Bowles Coach Wall Light
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    Peter Bowles Coach Wall Light
    Original BTC, founded by Peter Bowles, strives “to design and produce lights that you are instantly at home with, that will fit easily and comfortably for many years to come.” Drawn to the translucency and versatility of bone china, Bowles had it in mind when designing his Coach Wall Light (2012). This light is beautifully crafted of hand-cast bone china, inspired by the coach lights found on Indian railways. Producing it involves a highly skilled, labor-intensive process that begins with raw clay and ends with biscuit firing, glazing, glossing and firing again. When lit, the china shade throws off a translucent glow for warm diffused lighting. Bulb (not included): 40W/GLS/E27. UL Listed. Made in England.
  • Charlie Bowles London Wall Light
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    Charlie Bowles London Wall Light
    After studying product design at Leeds University, British designer Charlie Bowles joined Original BTC, the lighting company founded by his father, Peter Bowles. The London Wall Light (2012) is a wall-mounted version of Charlie’s first solo lighting design, the London Table Lamp. This lamp carries on his family’s tradition “to design and produce lights that you are instantly at home with, that will fit easily and comfortably for many years to come.” Suspended from the polished chrome-plated steel arm and base, the aluminum shade is available in black or grey. A black braided cotton-covered cord is woven through the curved chrome arm for a neatly tailored finish. Every light by Original BTC has this braided cord, which was originally designed by Peter Bowles, who snipped the cord off the family iron when it gave him an idea for something better than an ordinary plastic cord. (That’s one way to get out of ironing.) Bulb (not included): 60W/GLS/E27. UL Listed. Made in England.
  • Greta Grossman Cobra Wall Sconce
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    Greta Grossman Cobra Wall Sconce
    Swedish architect and designer Greta Magnusson Grossman broke through gender barriers to embark on a prolific career. In 1940, she and her husband immigrated to the United States, where her approach to Swedish modernism struck a chord with single, professional women who felt that she understood their needs and sensibilities. She opened a store on Rodeo Drive, where her furniture and accessories quickly drew the attention of clients such as Greta Garbo, Joan Fontaine and Gracie Allen. In the 1950s, she founded her architecture office and designed 14 homes – 13 in California and one in Sweden – each one a showcase for her quietly dramatic approach. The Cobra Lamp (1950), with a profile evoking the flared hood of its namesake, has an oval shade that rotates 360 degrees to direct light where needed. This is an authentic Grossman lamp, produced to the designer’s original specifications. Bulb (not included): incandescent 40W/E12 or comparable CFL. Made in Denmark.
  • George Nelson Associates Nelson Ball Wall Sconce
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    George Nelson Associates Nelson Ball Wall Sconce
    Architect George Nelson, who was Herman Miller’s design director from 1946 to 1972, said: “Every truly original idea seems to find its most important expression in a chair.” And then he blew the doors off lighting design. When Nelson was outfitting his office, he coveted a silk-covered Swedish hanging lamp but found it prohibitively expensive. He then recalled seeing a photo in the paper of Liberty ships being mothballed “by having the decks covered with netting and then being sprayed with a self-webbing plastic,” said Nelson. “And then, Whammo!” Inspiration struck, and by the next night, Nelson had designed his first Bubble Lamp® (1947), using a spray coating of translucent plastic polymer over a skeleton of steel wire. “When you put a light in it, it glowed.” A wide range of shapes and sizes are now available. UL Listed. Bulb (not included): incandescent 150W/120V/E26/A21 max. Made in U.S.A.
  • Jason Miller Modo Sconce
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    Jason Miller Modo Sconce
    For his simple and innovative lighting, Jason Miller draws on everyday aspects of American culture, transforming them into something surprising and beautiful. For his Modo Sconce (2009), Miller was inspired by off-the-shelf industrial parts like those found on Canal Street, not far from his Brooklyn studio. “We have re-engineered inexpensive parts that are made by the thousands in China or India,” says Miller about the piece’s manufacturing. “Modo’s parts are made by high-end machine shops here in America that typically work for the airline industry. While the inspiration is a bit banal, it is now a very sophisticated product.” The sconce’s components are painstakingly engineered and custom CNC-milled from solid aluminum. Bulb (not included): incandescent half-silver globe 25W/G25/E26. UL and CUL Listed. Made in U.S.A. The Modo Collection features hand-blown glass globes with slight variances in shape and color, which make each piece unique.
  • Paolo Rizzatto 265 Wall Lamp
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    Paolo Rizzatto 265 Wall Lamp
    Born in Italy, Paolo Rizzatto graduated from Politecnico University of Milan with a degree in architecture in 1965. In the 40+ years since then he has brought his expertise to a variety of projects, ranging from interior planning to architecture to lighting and product design. He has also taught at Columbia University in New York, Cranbrook Academy of Art in Detroit, Washington University in St. Louis and other institutions worldwide. His work has been recognized with many awards, including three Compasso d’Oro prizes in 1981, 1989 and 1994. His 265 Wall Lamp (1973) combines the space-saving design of a sconce with the reach of a floor lamp. The pivoting steel arm and revolving head allow you to direct the light where you need it most to suit the task at hand. Bulb (not included): incandescent 75W/120V/A19 medium. Made in Italy. The pivoting steel arm has a cast iron counter weight.
  • Satellite Sconce
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    Satellite Sconce
    In 1957, The Soviet Union launched the world's first man-made object to orbit the earth. The satellite was about the size of a beach ball, had whisker-like long antennas extending from one side and each of its 1440 elliptical orbits around the Earth took about 98 minutes. Its launch marked the start of the Space Age, led directly to the creation of National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and kicked off a worldwide fascination with space travel. It also inspired a design aesthetic based on these rocket-propelled devices, which brought new shapes to furniture, lighting and other household items. Our Satellite collection (2010) – while not constructed of hermetically sealed aluminum-magnesium-titanium, as the Soviets' satellite was – captures the spirit and design ethos of the time. The Satellite Sconce has 12 arms. UL Listed. Bulbs (not included): 12 x 25W candelabra. Made in China. This Sconce can also be used as a flush mount ceiling fixture.
  • Cellula Wall Sconce
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    Cellula Wall Sconce
    More than a century old, Swarovski® is the leader in precision-cut crystal, which has a much higher refractive index than standard glass, resulting in a more sparkling illumination. Our Cellula Wall Sconce (2010) shows off the beauty of these exquisitely cut, full leaded, faceted crystals, without being fussy or overbearing. By refracting the light of the bulbs through these crystal pendants, the quality of light stays bright and warm, appropriate for lighting an entryway, dining table or counter space. The crystals can be arranged as desired, simply by shifting them from groove to groove along the aluminum rod. UL Listed. Bulbs (not included): 3 x 15W candelabra torpedos. Fixture made in China; crystals made in Austria.
  • George Nelson Associates Nelson Cigar Wall Sconce
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    George Nelson Associates Nelson Cigar Wall Sconce
    Architect George Nelson, who was Herman Miller’s design director from 1946 to 1972, said: “Every truly original idea seems to find its most important expression in a chair.” And then he blew the doors off lighting design. When Nelson was outfitting his office, he coveted a silk-covered Swedish hanging lamp but found it prohibitively expensive. He then recalled seeing a photo in the paper of Liberty ships being mothballed “by having the decks covered with netting and then being sprayed with a self-webbing plastic,” said Nelson. “And then, Whammo!” Inspiration struck, and by the next night, Nelson had designed his first Bubble Lamp® (1947), using a spray coating of translucent plastic polymer over a skeleton of steel wire. “When you put a light in it, it glowed.” A wide range of shapes and sizes are now available. UL Listed. Bulb (not included): incandescent 150W/120V/E26/A21 max. Made in U.S.A.
  • Michele De Lucchi and Gerhard Reichert Logico Sconce
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    Michele De Lucchi and Gerhard Reichert Logico Sconce
    Handblown glass is given a curvaceous, organic form in the Logico Collection (2002), designed by Michele De Lucchi and Gerhard Reichert. Available in an assortment of styles, Logico’s neutralcan suit interiors from modern to traditional. Satined glass shade offers diffuse light. The concealed wall plate mounts to a standard junction box. Bulbs (not included): two 75W/E26/A19W. UL listed.
  • Peter Bowles Hector Wall Sconce
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    Peter Bowles Hector Wall Sconce
    Drawn to the translucency and versatility of bone china, Peter Bowles saw an opportunity to create something other than tableware with this time-honored material. The result is his Hector Collection (1992), which is beautifully crafted of hand-cast bone china. Creating these lights involves a highly skilled, labor-intensive process that begins with raw clay and ends with biscuit firing, glazing, glossing and firing again. When lit, these china shades have a translucent glow that allows for warm diffused light, and the pivoting shades allow you to direct the light as you wish. Attention to detail is at the heart of every Original BTC collection, right down to the braided cord, which was designed by Peter and can be found on every light his company makes. The Hector Collection is UL Listed and suitable for contract use. Bulb (not included): 40W/GLS/E26. Made in England.
  • George Nelson Associates Nelson Saucer Wall Sconce
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    George Nelson Associates Nelson Saucer Wall Sconce
    Architect George Nelson, who was Herman Miller’s design director from 1946 to 1972, said: “Every truly original idea seems to find its most important expression in a chair.” And then he blew the doors off lighting design. When Nelson was outfitting his office, he coveted a silk-covered Swedish hanging lamp but found it prohibitively expensive. He then recalled seeing a photo in the paper of Liberty ships being mothballed “by having the decks covered with netting and then being sprayed with a self-webbing plastic,” said Nelson. “And then, Whammo!” Inspiration struck, and by the next night, Nelson had designed his first Bubble Lamp® (1947), using a spray coating of translucent plastic polymer over a skeleton of steel wire. “When you put a light in it, it glowed.” A wide range of shapes and sizes are now available. UL Listed. Bulb (not included): incandescent 60W/120V/E26/A19 max. Made in U.S.A.
  • Verner Panton Fun 1 Wall Sconce
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    Verner Panton Fun 1 Wall Sconce
    Most people are familiar with Danish designer Verner Panton for his S-shaped chair and op-art environments, but his Fun Lamps (1964) are equally iconoclastic. One of the most sought-after modern lighting designs at auction today, the Fun Lamps give modernism a decorative dimension without being cute – think of them as functional jewelry for interiors. The cascading design is com- posed of hand-cut mother of pearl discs, which make wonderful musical sounds when stirred by a breeze. These lamps have an ethereal presence, with light shining through the discs to produce a warm, opulent glow. Bulb (not included): incandescent E26. Made in Denmark. Sconce can be hard wired. Each lamp is stamped with Panton’s signature and comes with a certificate of authenticity. UL listed and suitable for commercial use. Ships flat to avoid tangling; assembly required.
  • Arne Jacobsen AJ Wall Sconce
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    Arne Jacobsen AJ Wall Sconce
    Arne Jacobsen created his AJ Lamp (1960) to echo the oblique angles of his Series 3300 furniture, which included the Egg™ Chair and the Swan™ Chair. To maximize the lamp's functionality as a reading light, Jacobsen created a shade that tilts up or down, directing maximum light to where it's needed. The shade rotates 60 degrees to either side. Like the Swan and Egg chairs, the AJ Lamp was designed for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, for which Jacobsen designed every element, from the skyscraper structure to the stainless steel cutlery. The wall plate includes a switch.In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the launch of the AJ lighting family, new hues were introduced after being carefully chosen from an updated Jacobsen color concept. Bulb (not included): incandescent 40W/D45/E14 or comparable CFL/LED. UL listed. Made in Denmark. UL listed. Made in Denmark.
  • Serge Mouille Two-Arm Wall Sconce
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    Serge Mouille Two-Arm Wall Sconce
    Serge Mouille designed his angular, insect-like lights as "a reaction to the Italian models that were beginning to invade the market in 1950," which he criticized for being "too complicated." The Two-Arm Wall Sconce (1954) is a wall-mounted interpretation of his original Three-Arm Lamp, and maintains the original's kinetic, sculptural aesthetic. All of his lighting solutions feature Mouilles hallmark signatures as a designer: the way the arms are joined to the diffusers, the washer and six-sided screw hardware, the form of the reflectors, and the refined lines of the steel tubing. Bulb (not included): 75W/E26. Made in France. One straight arm and one curved arm allows for both ambient and focused illumination. Shades are produced using the original molds, proportions,and techniques. Each lamp is stamped and numbered. Collection also includes a table lamp, hanging lamp and floor lamps.
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