Porcelain and Glass Sconce model 6035 by Sigvard Bernadotte for Ifö
Sconce created in the mid-50s by Swedish designer and prince Sigvard Bernadotte for the Ifö Sweden label. Here is the 6035 model, a ceramic and opaline glass workmanship. It is made up of a ceramic body (with glossy brown enamel) into which a conical opaline glass lampshade is screwed. Mention that the ceramic body has two holes to be able to hang it on the wall (you can do it with the lampshade facing up or down).
Fully functional, revised and sanitized electrical part (with system suitable for both led or filament bulbs) uses a candle bulb with E14 max. 40Watts (if it is filament, or the equivalent in LED for that power). It maintains an excellent aesthetic state.
And remember: we have two units of this design created by the Duke of Uppland and Earl of Wisborg (the exception that confirms the rule on aristocratic talent;)
L: 10 cm H: 29 cm P: 11 cm