Single Light Wall Sconce from the Salon Grand Collection
- Salon Scavo glass bell shaped shade
- Designed to cast light in an upward direction
- Designed to cast light in a downward direction
- Reversible Mounting - May be installed with the glass pointed upward or downwards
- Suitable for dry locations
- Bulb Base - Medium (E26): The E26 (Edison 26mm), Medium Edison Screw, is the standard bulb used in 120-Volt applications in North America. E26 is the most common bulb type and is generally interchangeable with E27 bulbs.
- Compatible Bulb Types: Nearly all bulb types can be found for the E26 Medium Base, options include Incandescent, Fluorescent, LED, Halogen, and Xenon / Krypton.
- Number of Bulbs: 1
- Bulb Base: Medium (E26)
- Bulb Type: Incandescent
- Bulb Included: No
- Watts Per Bulb: 100
- Wattage: 100
- Voltage: 120
- Dimmable: No
- Height: 10.25"
- Width: 5.25"
- Extension: 7"
- HCO: 5"
- Shade Height: 4.88"
- Shade Width: 5.25"
- Backplate Height: 7.25"
- Backplate Width: 5"
- Energy Star: No
- ADA: No
- UL Listed: Yes
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This Minka Lavery item can also be referenced by the following color/finish specific model #:
- Minka Lavery 5551-477
*Discontinued model or finish
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