This is an antique white porcelain wall sconce pair made by "Porcelier" circa 1930. One sconce has a hairline stress crack along the front edge of the socket encasement, extending down 1-5/8". This will not affect the functionality of the fixture. These lights originally had an electrical outlet and a pull switch on the bottom, however the switch was no longer functional so we have capped the hole off with polished nickel hardware. The electrical outlet is not code compliant so the wiring to that has been removed. So, this sconce would have to be wired to a wall switch to be operational.
These lights are typically used in bathrooms from the early 20th century through the 1940's.
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