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Last-Minute Lighting by John Beck

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Last-Minute Lighting by John Beck

Julie Carlson September 23, 2013

“No way to hard wire a sconce, but really want one?”John Beck asks. “I have the answer in the new Last Minute Sconce. Simply attach the socket bracket and wire guides to the wall, plug it in, and away we go.”

Above: The Last Minute Sconce is $190 directly from John Beck Steel.

Above: The sconce bracket is .125-inch steel and can be ordered in natural black, brown patina, white and brass, or nickel plate.

Above: The sockets are either brass or nickel, according to you whim.

Above: The Skinny Sconce is made from a 3/8-inch blackened steel tube with brass and steel mounts; $450.

Above: A detail of the Skinny Sconce fittings.

Product Summary  

Wall Lights & Sconces

Skinny Sconce

$450.00 USD from John Beck Steel

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