|Product Type: Armed sconces||Style: Contemporary|
|Bulb Type: Incandescent||Bulb Type Details: B10|
|Bulb Wattage: 60 Watts (W)||Number of Lights: 1|
Questions & Answers
Robert Abbey The Muses Calliope 1 Light Wall Sconce
Homeowner from North East– Verified Buyer
Bought these during remodel of powder room. They are beautiful and they are more than bright enough. These look great with the Ren Wil Beveled Wall Mirror with Silver Plating.
Really sophisticated, but cute enough for a "tween"
Bebe from Los Angeles, CA– Verified Buyer
These look better in person than in the photo, partly because you can't see the cute ribbon detail on the shades that well. The only reason I gave it 4 instead of 5 stars is that I would have preferred a fabric shade. But very, very nice looking!
RemodelMomma from Vancouver, BC– Verified Buyer
Beautiful sconces! They look just like the ones from RH but only a fraction of the price. I'm so pleased with every aspect of my purchase
Simple, beautiful sconces
-Jeanne from Milwaukee WI– Verified Buyer
Used these sconces in newly remodeled bathroom, look beautiful, nice size, versitile. [...]
Classic in design!
Bath re-do from Cincinnati, OH
The sconces were purchased for either side of bathroom mirrors. They are perfect size, beautiful in shape, and very much like an expensive version I have seen in a well-known catalog!
The Lighting Lover from Cincinnati, OH– Verified Buyer
A great classic look at an afforable price!
none from michigan– Verified Buyer
Don't love the quality of the light that comes through the shade.
Anonymous from Texas– Verified Buyer
Family owned and operated, Robert Abbey's passion has always been design. In the early 1990’s they moved their factories and offices from New York to the foothills of North Carolina.
Robert Abbey products include table lamps, desk lamps, floor lamps, wall fixtures, ceiling fixtures, coffee tables, and end tables. With transitional and contemporary design, Robert Abbey is a perfect brand for today's homes. Robert Abbey features amazing products from world-renown designers such as Jonathan Adler, David Easton, and Rico Espinet.