“She blinded me with science!“… that song will immediately spring to mind each time you walk by this wall sconce, for how could it not when it’s made from real chemistry lab supplies? And, shall we take a moment to admire how the look may change depending on the finish, cord color, and bulb you choose? Note: you might be a little sick of Edison bulbs, because they seem to be everywhere now, but I think there’s still something very appealing about their soft, candle-like glow and I refuse to be put off by their popularity.
Shown above in Matte Bronze with brass rod and red twisted cloth cord with the Edison Beacon Bulb.
Constructed in the Schoolhouse factory in Portland, Oregon.
Price does not include bulb.
Rod length: 16.5″
Depth to socket: adjustable, up to 8″
Rensselaer Single shown in Matte Bronze with brass rod and khaki twisted cloth cord with the G40 Silver Globe bulb.