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The Mission Craftsman Stained Glass Wall Sconce Amber is a weather-resistant stained glass light fixture intended for outdoor or indoor use. The oil rubbed bronze finish embodies the artisan stained glass craftsman look. Traditional craftsman colors, square shape, and metal canopy ensure the sconce provides all around illumination for porch, entrance or garage areas. The opening at the bottom allows easy access to replace bulbs. Overall dimensions: 10.75" L x 9" W x 11.75" H. Requires: An E26 100-watt Light Bulb or CFL (not included).
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