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Item No. 100086068

Type 75 Wall Sconce

Price reduced from $175.00 to $140.00 20% off
5 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100086068

Type 75 Wall Sconce

Price reduced from $175.00 to $140.00 20% off
Jet Black
Alpine White
In Stock
  • Reading or accent light.
  • Wall- or ceiling-mounted.
  • Tilting shade.
  • 7½" H 5½" W 12¾" D
Detailed Dimensions

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2-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
Designed by Sir Kenneth Grange for Anglepoise
Manufacturer SKU:
Type 75 Wall Sconce
Price reduced from $175.00 to $140.00 20% off
Details

Details

An icon of industrial design, Sir Kenneth Grange reinterpreted Type 75 in 2004 to share its modernist lines and no-frills functionality with new generations. In all iterations, Type 75, with classic looks and full adjustability, is revered by architects, designers, and homeowners the world over. Mount the Type 75 Wall Sconce to the wall or ceiling, then simply adjust the shade to focus the light just where you need it.
Bulb (not included): 9W CFL, E26 base. Backed by a lifetime warranty. Made in China.
  • Reading or accent light.
  • Wall- or ceiling-mounted.
  • Tilting shade.
Brand
Anglepoise
Collection
Type 75 Collection
General Dimensions
  • 7½" H 5½" W 12¾" D
Assembly
Requires Assembly
Warranty
2-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)

Type 75 Wall Sconce

  • Height (in): 7½
  • Width (in): 5½
  • Depth (in): 12¾
  • Aluminum diffuser and arms
  • Cast-iron base with aluminum cover
  • Chrome-plated fittings
  • Brushed aluminum or matte painted finish

Sir Kenneth Grange

As a pioneer in user-centered design and with a career spanning half a century, British industrial designer Sir Kenneth Grange has created an enduring legacy. His work constantly reassesses purpose, use, and function, with the goal of improving everyday objects so that they’re a "pleasure to use" – be it the UK’s first parking meter, a Kodak camera, or his iconic take on the Type 75 Floor Lamp.

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