Model # 21141SCRE

Internet #203144586

Maxim Lighting Luminous 1-Light Rustic Ebony Sconce

Maxim Lighting

Luminous 1-Light Rustic Ebony Sconce

$7800 /each
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Price Valid : 05/25/2017 - 05/30/2017
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Product Overview

Maxim Lighting's Luminous Collection is fashioned in minimalist style finished in our Rustic Ebony are electrified by the warmth and beauty of the Stone Candle shades. These shades are carved out of solid stone each has a personality of its own. Shop the collection for Wall Sconces, Bath Vanities, and Chandeliers.

  • Uses (1) medium base, incandescent bulb, 100 watt maximum
  • Bulb sold separately
  • Adds transitional styling and visual interest to your decor
  • Easy installation instructions and template enclosed for convenient setup
  • Equipped with a stone candle glass shade
  • Please allow 5 days for shipping

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can this light be used up or turn downward

Asked by: Pw0710
No, the fixture can not be mounted with the light pointing downward.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2017-01-16

Does this wall light turn on with a switch ON the light itself. We can't have a cord.

I don’t quite understand if these two sconces can be wired into our wall WITH A SWITCH on the sconce to turn it on and off. There is no wall switch and we can’t have a cord. Thank you _______________________________ Model # CLI-TR33240/1 Internet # 202689744 _______________________________ Model # CLI-MA41451778 Internet # 203144586
Asked by: BlueDove
Hi BlueDove, Both of the fixtures in question here are designed to be hardwired into the wall with your existing electrical wiring and wall switches. There is no cord that will be exposed outside of the light if installed correctly. There is also not a switch on the fixture itself for turning it on or off. Thank you, Illumine
Answered by: ILLUMINETeam
Date published: 2015-09-17
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