Rocaille Bronze Sconce
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Designed by Tony Duquette, hand-crafted by Remains Lighting, NY
This stylized shell design was first used by Tony Duquette in his house in Paris c.1950. In the 18th century, "Rocaille" referred to a type of Rococo decoration using shells, corals, and river stone.
Requires 2 candelabra bulbs, max 60W each
UL Listed for dry environments.
Size: 16" W x 7" D x 7" H
Available in duquette bronze, duquette nickel, and antique bronze.