9″ wall sconce, open top half round, with a Custom Zia center cut design and is finished in a Copper Patina multi-color. This sconce is wired for the indoor or outdoor. This design is a custom Kachina, with no face, is a four point image of the native sun symbol from some New Mexican Native American pueblo tribes. The four rays symbolize the four seasons as well as the four cardinal directions. (North, East, South and West). Some consider this to be a Santa Fe style light, but is actually a Pueblo Indian image known throughout New Mexico.
This style of lighting has adorned Southwest style homes for the indoor or outdoor. Whether you want a great look on the garage or porch, or maybe have your entryway or hallway looking lit up and with a touch of New Mexico.
Each of our wall sconces are made in the U.S.A. and are UL listed in the U.S.A. and Canada. Our lights are finished with a high quality, exterior, low VOC waterbase paint. The 9″ 1/2 round is UL listed for a wet location, so it can be used outside. Side wall wash holes give a beautiful fan of light on each side and an hour glass of light shines from the top and bottom. Easy to install and all lights come with an installation kit and instructions.
Due to the handcrafted nature of our lights, each sconce is truly unique and multi-color finishes may vary.
DIMENSIONS: H-9 ¼” x W-7 ½” x D-5 ¼”
Recommended 75 watts maximum. Compatible with standard A-19 bulbs. Use an outdoor rated LED when mounting outside for energy efficiency. LED bulbs are now available up to 100 watt equivalency. 2700-3000K bulb will give you a warm light, which softens the illuminated area.