The "Jar Of Light" Pint - Mason Jar Wall Sconce
Artfully assembled repurposed parts, create this rustic-Industrial wall sconce to add a touch of modern country style to your home or business decor.
This light fixture is artistically built by hand and shipped worldwide from the MillerLights ™ Artisan Workshop
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All lamps have been made suitable by international standards for incandescent light bulbs, energy-efficient, and L.E.D. bulbs
E26-E27 bulb holders and new wiring are UL listed
Customizations Available on Request!
Proudly Made in America!
- Hard wired. Control of the unit is from a wall switch, leaves no wires visible whatsoever.
- Mounting hardware included
- We recommend that this item be installed by a certified electrician.
- Constructed using UL-Listed Electrical materials 120v-250v
- Cast aluminum MillerLights backplate
- Porcelain socket accepts all standard house bulbs E26/E27 100w MAX
- Decorative vintage zinc jar lid with ventilation holes
- Zinc-plated, galvanized steel electrical conduit. (will oxidize and age gracefully over time)
- Bulbs are not included
- Length from the top of the wall plate to the bottom of the Mason Jar is 10"
- Pint-sized Ball Mason Jar 5.25" (max bulb length 4.3")
- Wall plate measures 4 ¾" in diameter, mounting holes distance 3 ½" apart
- Mounting bracket and hardware included
All my lights are designed by a creative selection of industrial parts and handcrafted in our MillerLights workshop. The end result is each piece being slightly unique and making it a one of a kind MillerLights original.
Handmade in America - by MillerLights™
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
How far does this jar project out from the wall?
From the wall to the furthermost part of the pint Mason jar is approx. 5 inches
I have noticed the mounting plate between this fixture and the quart size fixture are different. This one is more rough or "unfinished" looking while the other is more finished and looked like a cover. Is this a true representation of each? I like the unfinished look. So I don't want to buy the pint sized and have it come finished looking like the quart
Yes you are correct. The quart and pint fixtures do come with different mounting plates and also vary slightly in size. The pint plate has a zink coating that may look shiny at first but will dull as it oxidizes over time. The quart plate is raw steel and looks a little more finished at first, but it too, will dull and possibly show aged rust spots with time.
You are welcome to change a mounting plate to the one you prefer, Just leave a note at checkout requesting the change.