The sconce features an aluminum cage and heat-resistant glass globe. The cage includes a shield for maximizing and directing the output of light. The manufacturer's stamp is present on the cage, "Crouse-Hinds" of Syracuse N.Y.
Condition: The sconce is in good condition for age and use. It shows expected surface scuffs, scratches, dings and patina. Globe is intact and not broken.
History: The Crouse-Hinds Electric Company, a manufacturer of high grade electrical specialties, was established in 1897 in Syracuse, New York. Later, they shortened the company name to "Crouse-Hinds Company" and in the early 1920s specialized in the manufacture of traffic signals, controllers and accessories.
This sconce was salvaged from a locomotive repair and maintenance facility in Clifton Forge, Virginia. This salvage job was featured on the DiY Network show "Salvage Dawgs", Season 8 Episode 11.
Weight: 9 lbs,
Measurements: 14"H x 6.5"L x 9.25"W