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Hinkley Lighting 1946MB Forum 1 Light Outdoor Wall Sconce In Museum Black With Seedy Water Glass

Hinkley Lighting Forum 1946MB 00640665194609

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Hinkley Lighting 1946MB Forum 1 Light Outdoor Wall Sconce In Museum Black With Seedy Water Glass
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    Forums distinguished silhouette features cast aluminum construction in a French Bronze or Museum Black finish with decorative cast detailing and generous panels of seedy water glass.

    Design Information:

  • Product Style : Traditional
  • Material : Aluminum
  • Glass : Seedy Water Glass
  • Lamping:

  • Number of Bulbs : 1
  • Bulb Included : No
  • Light Source : Incandescent
  • Bulb Base : Medium
  • Bulb Max Wattage : 40
  • Fixture Max Wattage : 40
  • Voltage : 120
  • Dimensions And Weight:

  • Height : 12.75 Inch
  • Width : 5.5 Inch
  • Item Extension : 7.5 Inch
  • Backplate Height : 6.5 Inch
  • Backplate Width : 4.75 Inch
  • Weight : 4 lbs
  • Certifications:

  • C-US
  • Additional Information:

  • Dark Sky : With DSLM-40
  • Installation Type : Up
  • Install Location : Wet Location;Outdoor
MPN 1946MB
UPC / GTIN 00640665194609
Manufacturer Hinkley Lighting
Collection Forum
Finish Museum Black
Lighting Type Wall Sconces
Light Source Incandescent
Bulb Base Medium
Bulb Included No
Number Of Bulbs 1
Bulb Max Wattage 40
Max Wattage 40
Certifications C-US
Glass Seedy Water Glass
Voltage 120
Installation Type Up
Install Location Outdoor|Wet Location
Style Traditional
Material Aluminum
Width 5.50
Height 12.75
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