This tea light candle sconce appears contemporary and arts and crafts simultaneously. It is both stylized and organic. The material of the candle holder looks like copper but we believe it is an applied finish because it has no patina. The organic portion is steel that looks like pewter which adds to its arts and crafts charm. It is lightweight and mounts with two screws which are included.
Measurements: 17″ tall x 16.5″ wide x 11.75″ deep
We purchased this signed candelabra in 1989 during a trip to the Southwest and Santa Fe. It is hand made, torch cut and welded, not a mass produced laser cut metal piece. The name of the artist has been misplaced and their signature in the steel unfortunately, is no more obvious. The two kokopelli-like figures arms reach toward the central candelabra which holds three 1″ diameter candles. The base has four 1/8 holes which may either be ignored or be used to firmly attach the piece to a table or other fixture. It has been gently used in the past, so some wax remains and adds to the rustic qualities inherent in this original, artist signed, rusted, torch cut steel piece.
Measurements: 24″ wide x 28″ tall x 3.0″ deep