Picture it: It’s early 1900s and you’re a mustachioed business man about to curl up in your favorite leather club chair for a night of after-dinner reading. You open Jack London’s Call of the Wild or maybe The Sea-Wolf, caress your snifter of brandy, and reach for the reading light. The Wallace could be the fixture you’re reaching for. An example of early industrial-chic fixtures that were found in factories and offices across America in the early 1900s, the Wallace is Rejuvenation’s first plug-in wall sconce. The double-knuckle swing-arm unit is perfect for getting light where you really need it, and the shade and socket can also be angled to focus the beam. Made to order, the piece is fabricated from solid brass and is offered in 13 finishes. The light will cost you $250, but you’ll have to pay extra for the shade. www.rejuvenation.com.
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