Axis Double Wall Sconce MFR ID: IDB0060-02-FB-GC-L3-RTS
Axis Double Wall Sconce 0 Wall Lighting Hammerton Studio

Axis Double Wall Sconce

By Hammerton Studio

Axis Double Wall Sconce

By Hammerton Studio


3000K Color temperatures close to 5000K are cool colors (bluish white), while lower color temperatures (2700–3000 K) are warmer colors (yellowish white through red).

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MFR ID: IDB0060-02-FB-GC-L3-RTS | ITEM #: HMR1073095

Axis Double Wall Sconce


Item #: HMR1073095

The Axis Double Wall Sconce is an eye catching use of recycled glass to create functional art. Is it ice or diamonds, you decide. Pairing hand polished metalwork with thick artisan cast glass and excess materials from glassblowing creates the unique characteristics of this luxury light that will dramatically refract light in surprising ways. May be mounted horizontally or vertically. Available with 2700K or 3000K color temperature options.

Available Options

Finish: Burnished Bronze, Classic Silver, Flat Bronze, Gilded Brass, Graphite, Matte Black, Metallic Beige Silver, Novel Brass

Color: Clear Cast Glass


    • Finish: Flat Bronze
    • Color: Clear Cast Glass
    • Size: 5.5"W x 26"H x 3.5"D
    • Dimmer: Low Voltage Electronic
    • Materials: Glass  Aluminum  
    • Lamp Source: LED
    • Bulb:
      2 x LED/6W/120V LED
      LED module included
    • Total Wattage: 12 watts
    • Lamp Color: 3000K
    • Color Rendering: 93 CRI
    • Delivered Lumens: 466 lumens
    • Lumens/Watt: 38.83
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    • Made in the USA

      Made in the USA

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      What began as two men working in a garage has grown to be one of North America's leading lighting manufacturers. Hammerton Studio uses artisan glass and handcrafted metalwork to create beautiful and functional fixtures, from transitional to modern.

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