The scavo technique was introduced in the early 1950's by glass artisans on the island of Murano, Italy. They developed the technique to obtain an archeological effect on glass typical of objects found buried underground for centuries. A mixture of several powders, the content of which is a highly guarded secret, is fused on the surface of the glass at a temperature of 800 degrees Celsius to achieve the crusty, aged appearance. Our Scavo Scroll Sconce is unusually thick for a piece of scavo glass. Antique brass mounting hardware. Also available in hard wired version (7.30064 HW).
- Holds two 60W "B" Lamp Bulb
- 36" Rod, 18" Rod Segments, 8' clear/silver additional cord
- Roller switch on cord
- Dimensions: 10.75" w x 15.5" h x 5" d