A protection for a light; a lantern or cased support for a candle; hence, a fixed hanging or projecting candlestick.
Hence, the circular tube, with a brim, in a candlestick, into which the candle is inserted.
A candlestick with a screen hung from a wall.
Typically, a one or two light fixture surface mounted to a wall.
A scarf or a rod holder.
A decorative bracket through which fabric is threaded. View Products
Any wall-mounted lighting fixture.
An ornamental wall bracket used to hold candles or electric bulbs. The word derives from abscondere, Latin for "to hide"; originally a sconce was a shield or protection for a flame, or lantern to protect a light.
A plate or bracket on the wall to which lights or candle-holders could be attached. Also used to describe the wall lights themselves.
A decorative wall bracket for candles or electric lights
Wall bracket fixture derived from the form of a candelabra, often with exposed or decorative light sources.
Ornamental wall bracket for candles or other lights.
a candlestick with a flat side to be hung on the wall
a lamp shade mounted on a wall for holding candles or lights
a small (or sometimes large) bracket attached to a wall to hold a light, such as a candle, or a torch, or nowadays an electric light
a wall-mounted fixture, particularly one that shines up and sometimes down as well
a wall-mounted fixture that reflects light onto the wall
a light fixture mounted on a wall
A lighting fixture with one or more branches that is attached to a wall.
A wooden or metal bracket designed to hold candles and hang from a wall. One of the earliest light fixture forms for domestic and public uses, sconces first appeared in classical antiquity. Carved wooden sconces can be painted or gilt and metal ones are made of wrought iron or bronze that patina with age. During the Rococo period, sconces were heavily ornamented with crystals.
a bracketed lamp or candlestick that is designed to hang on the wall.
Any wall mounted light fixture.
A decorative and/or functional wall-mounted luminaire.
A wall-mounted light fixture.
In general terms, this includes any wall fixture - although the purist definition would define only a candle-style wall bracket.
Light fixture that hangs on the wall
A wall-mounted fixture that is great for draping fabric through.
A cup-shaped candle holder.
Candle socket into which candle is placed.
The wall bracket which held a candle or torch.
A light fixture fixed on a wall. Commonly sconces are tall and narrow and are often made to hold a candle. Find a wall sconce.
A wall fitting with candle branches made in a wide variety of materials, shapes and designs, in use from medieval times, frequently with polished metal back plates to reflect the light, and later with panels of mirrored glass. See also Girandole.
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A wall mounted fixture in the shape of a candelabra. Popular for use with decorative bulbs as they are exposed (to allow them to be admired).
Wall mounted lighting fixture or bracket that holds candles.
a wall mounted candlestick with polished reflecting backplate
A wall bracket candle holder or lighting fixture.
A sconce is a type of light fixture affixed to a wall in such a way that it uses only the wall for support, and the light is usually directed upwards. It does not have a base on the ground. The word applies both to traditional forms of torch lighting, but also to modern gas and electric light sources affixed in the same way.