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World Imports Dunwoody 1-Light Oil-Rubbed Bronze Sconce
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Dunwoody 1-Light Oil-Rubbed Bronze Sconce

$42.18 /each

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Simple cylinder glass shades and linear structure make the Dunwoody collection a stunning statement. Select fixtures are available in multiple finishes and shade combinations.

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what type of bulb is needed?

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Candelabra (E12 Base)... 60W max according to the label the covers the entire front of the mounting base.
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Candelabra base is the small base - so pick a small base.
The bulb styles can be chosen according to preference - radio bulb (tubular style) goes well with the cylinder glass on the light.
40 watt works well because the width of the 40 watt radio bulb is only 1" - a good clearance space from the glass cylinder of the light (when you go to 60 watt, the width of the bulb jumps to 1.5" which may be too wide
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Candelabra base is the small base - so pick a small base.
The bulb styles can be chosen according to preference - radio bulb (tubular style) goes well with the cylinder glass on the light.
40 watt works well because the width of the 40 watt radio bulb is only 1" - a good clearance space from the glass cylinder of the light (when you go to 60 watt, the width of the bulb jumps to 1.5" which may be too wide for the glass cylinder as you want a decent clearance from the glass tube of the light.
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Would this light/shade coloring look good for accent lighting for a fireplace?

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Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Love the look but a little dim I got two of these for my powder room. I really like the look but the glass is a bit too dark in color and keep a lot of light from coming out so the bathroom is dimmer than I would like it. But, they look great! September 14, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by dingy... I'm planning to use 2 , on either side of a bathroom mirror. The idea being to complement the light from an overhead chandelier, for those looking to powder their nose. I was looking for more of a linen tone, to warm things up . And from the photo I thought this would do the trick.. but in person it turns out to be not linen , off-white or even yellow , but much closer to a yucky brownish. The cylinder is narrow so you can only use the smallest bulbs. Even 2 might not put out enough light for this situation. I like the overall style, but returning for the white ones... March 16, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by There is a reason for the cheap price... This light had a massive warning label clear across the front of it. It wasn't a sticker that was easy to remove either. I'm not sure if the bureaucrats have made up so many laws about warning labels that every square inch of a product you are buying needs to be festooned with labels advising risk of fire or FCC compliance or if the poor worker in China tasked with applying labels is really that ignorant of why you are buying a light to begin with...hint: it isn't to have a warning label staring you in the face every time you see it. January 14, 2016
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