Model CLI-FRT5124-02-00

Internet #203090282

2-Light Brushed Nickel Sconce with Shaded Umber Glass

$61.40 /each

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The Burton Collection supplied by CLI features a wide variety of classic fixtures. If you are looking for a sensible way to dress up a room, there is no better choice than this 2-Light Wall Sconce in a Brushed Nickel Finish complimented by Shaded Umber Glass. From the modest chandeliers to the more rustic outdoor lighting, the Burton Collection will add a charming accent to any application.

  • 2-light wall sconce
  • Brushed nickel finish
  • Shaded umber glass shade
  • UL listed for safety

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Is this fixture really 7+ inches deep from the wall?? Seems it would stick too far out.

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June 29, 2013
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July 1, 2013
Hello Juli
We apologize for the confusion. I have updated the specs on the fixture and the website should reflect the changes within 48 hours.
Thank You
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Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by The sconces aren't the same color as the picture online I ordered these sconces based on the photo, which was a big mistake. I read the description and couldn't figure out why they were called "shaded umber" when the picture didn't look brown at all. Lo and behold, these sconces are light brown. The top and bottom edges look almost burned, like how glass looks when you burn candles close to it. They might look pretty with a light in them, but they look awful unlit. January 22, 2013
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