The glass covering over the front of this wall sconce is very thick and created to have a very wavy texture, giving the look of ice. A rectangular base with a brushed steel finish sits flush to the wall. This piece would make a great accent light in the home, adding style as well as functionality.
Material: Metal is a broad term for a material that is formed by mining ore from the earth and heating to high temperatures to extract the actual metal. It has a high conductivity of heat, cold, and electricity. Characteristics may include heavy, hard and shiny.
Material: Glass is a transparent or translucent material that has no crystalline structure yet behaves like a solid.
Material: Stainless steel is a very pure form of steel and is used to make anything that requires resistance to chemicals and frequent cleaning. Just like regular steel, stainless can be bent cut and welded into any shape and also comes in a variety of standard shapes and thicknesses.
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