Pair of 1950s Black Perforated Sconces Attributed to Jacques Biny

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Pair of 1950s Black Perforated Sconces Attributed to Jacques Biny

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Pair of 1950s black perforated sconces attributed to Jacques Biny. A exceptionally clean and simple design executed in brass with black painted perforated metal shade. Quintessentially midcentury French in its conception and execution attributed to the incomparable Jacques Biny. Lamps rotate on adjustable swivel.

Not UL listed, but available from authorized 3rd party vendor upon request for an additional fee.

PRODUCTION TIME: Available Now

OF THE PERIOD: Mid-Century Modern

PLACE OF ORIGIN: France

DATE OF MANUFACTURE: Early 1960s

PERIOD: 1960-1969

MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES: Painted Metal, Brass

CONDITION: Good

CONDITION DETAILS: Professionally rewired for US electrical. Single 60W standard bulb (higher with LED). Some dings, scuffs, scratches and losses noted only for accuracy.

WEAR: Wear consistent with age and use. Minor losses.

DIMENSIONS: H 5.25 in. x W 4 in. x D 4.75 in.

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