Pair of large 1960s wall lights or wall sconces designed by J.T. Kalmar and manufactured by Kalmar Lighting in Vienna, Austria. The heavy sculpted, textured, molded glass has a vertical wave pattern covering its entire outside surface which produces a warm diffused light. The rectangular shade has glass on three sides and is held onto the brass frame with four chrome rods which screw into it which hold it in place. One of the rods is missing and has been replaced with a screw which isn't very noticeable. One of the shades has been broken in the past and has been repaired. I didn't notice this when I bought them because the repair is very good. I have shown this in the last few images.
Two screw-in E27 candle bulbs are required (both at 45 degree angles to help diffuse the light.). The light has been rewired and is in full working order.
There is some wear to the brass frame which isn't noticeable when the shade is in place. The patina of the brass is beautiful.
Dimensions: H: 30cm W: 25cm D: 10cm
Price is for the pair and the one with a repair is reflected in the reduced lower price.