Art Deco Double Spike Sconce polished_nickel_clear_acrylic

Art Deco Double Spike Sconce

Sku SC18020

$398.00

Art deco styling meets a bold trend with this show stopping acrylic sconce. A mirrored backplate with cut corners serves as a backdrop for a spiked bar of Clear acrylic. A White shield shade comple...Read More

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Description

Art deco styling meets a bold trend with this show stopping acrylic sconce. A mirrored backplate with cut corners serves as a backdrop for a spiked bar of Clear acrylic. A White shield shade completes the sophisticated look.
  • Actual Finish: Polished Nickel/Clear Acrylic
  • Actual Size: 20.5"Hx9.5"Wx6.5"D
  • Bulb Base: US Medium-E26
  • Color: Polished Nickel/Clear Acrylic
  • Finish: Polished Nickel
  • Material: Acrylic, Metal
  • Max Bulb Wattage: 60
  • Number of Lights: 1

⚠️ WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including: lead which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

The warning listed on our website is in accordance with a law implemented by the state of California called Proposition-65. Under this regulation, California law requires businesses to provide warnings for products containing chemicals that the state of California has identified as carcinogens or reproductive toxins. Recent amendments to this law require any retailers selling to California residents to list this warning on their website.

There are currently almost 1,000 substances on the Proposition-65 list, ranging from cigarette smoke and asbestos to aspirin and wood dust. One of the materials listed is lead, and because most light fixtures contain brass in the sockets or in the frames of the shades, we are required to put this warning label on our light fixtures. Brass is a metal alloy consisting of copper, zinc and small amounts of lead, which is what triggers the “lead” warning under California Proposition-65 since lead has been shown to cause cancer when it is ingested.

We hope that this explains things a little more clearly. If you have any additional questions, we would suggest visiting the website mentioned above for more information and the complete list of substances that require warnings under Proposition-65.

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