Electric Light Sconce

Alexander Fisher

c. 1901

Silver, steel, brass, and enamels

Source: “Studio Talk.”

The text at left reads “Reveal'd all things shall sometimes be for living eyes that year to see” and on right “as black night spreads her wondrous tail the dark shall sleep and light prevail.”

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