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Item No. 100288471

Stemlite Wall Sconce

C$ 1,135.00
4.4 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100288471

Stemlite Wall Sconce

C$ 1,135.00
Black Chrome
In Stock
  • Mouth-blown frosted glass globe.
  • Emits a warm, ambient glow.
  • On/Off rotary switch with dimmer.
  • 16⅝" H 12⅝" DIA
Detailed Dimensions

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Designed by Bill Curry for Gubi
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Stemlite Wall Sconce
C$ 1,135.00
Details

Details

Designer Bill Curry wanted to replace traditional base-with-shade lamps with a more cohesive modern design. His Stemlite Lamp (1962), with its space-age “total look” aesthetic, quickly became an iconic symbol 1960s California modernism. Gubi has adapted his original design into a sconce that curves out from the wall and is capped with an organically shaped, frosted glass globe. Bulb (not included): 60W incandescent or 10W LED. UL Listed. Made in China.
  • Mouth-blown frosted glass globe.
  • Emits a warm, ambient glow.
  • On/Off rotary switch with dimmer.
  • Hardwired installation.
  • Part of the Stemlite Collection.
Brand
Gubi
General Dimensions
  • 16⅝" H 12⅝" DIA
Product Weight
8 lbs
Assembly
Requires Assembly
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

Wall Sconce

  • Height (in): 16⅝
  • Diameter (in): 12⅝
  • Weight (lbs): 8
  • Cord Length (in): 86⅝
  • Die-cast metal with powder-coated or chromed finish
  • Frosted glass globe

Bill Curry

American designer Bill Curry transformed traditional lighting by placing an emphasis on the bulb as an integral part – a space-age concept that was dubbed a “total look” aesthetic. His signature Stemlite Floor Lamp was selected by the US Department of Commerce to represent America in exhibitions abroad during the 1960s and remains an iconic symbol of 1960s California modernism.

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