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These wall sconces at La Casa Nueva feature delicately-cast brackets and socket bases in a hammered finish; their “dripping-candle” sleeve design was ubiquitous across practically all Revivalist styles.  Much as they do today, lighting fixture manufacturers of the Twenties used standard parts to suit multiple configurations.  Only one part--the bracket containing either one or two sockets--distinguishes these sconces; their backplates, decorative cast-metal drops, and sockets are identical.<br />
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