SCONCE (clear)

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SCONCE (clear)

Design year:
ca. 1970s
Design type:
Decor, Sconce
31 cm |12.2 inches
15 cm |5.9 inches
13 cm |5.1 inches
Black, Clear glass
Glass, Wrought iron
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About the design

This black wrought iron sconce is produced by Dantoft Kunstartikler, Denmark circa 1970s.

It is a black lacquered, welded wrought iron piece with a fan-like shape and three polished clear glass stones placed in the center of the fan. Towards the top it ends in a ring, perfect for hanging it on the wall. Towards the bottom it ends in a shallow candle holder, suitable for a large candle up to 3″ (7,5 cm) in width.

The clear glass pieces is placed so the flickering candlelight is reflected and thus creating shadows along the arms of the fans. A beautiful wall sculpture that would look amazing at the end of a long hall way or a Danish Modern addition in a living space.

Often bears the Dantoft paper sticker underneath the shallow bowl.

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Sconce by Dantoft Kunstartikler, 1970s
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Dantoft Kunstartikler
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ABO Randers

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