Pair of Deco-revival "Chan" sconces by Erik Stanton Chan for Boyd Lighting Co.

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Pair of Deco-revival "Chan" sconces by Erik Stanton Chan for Boyd Lighting Co.

2,800.00

Sculptural cast-brass and polished-aluminum "Chan" sconces by Erik Stanton Chan for the Boyd Lighting Co. of San Francisco, circa 1990s. These lovely Deco-revival, triangular forms hold 100-watt standard-base bulbs that cast light upwards. The U-shaped aluminum body mounts to an electrical box, and the three tips of the brass triangles touch the walls once installed. Please note that the socket assemblies of the lamps extend 3/4" into the electrical box; not for use with shallow pancake outlet boxes. 16-3/4" w x 6-3/8" d x 8-3/8" h.  Excellent condition; a few minor surface scratches to the brass, and some extremely small spots of oxidation to brass, which are hardly noticeable. These sconces are in our Brooklyn showroom.

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