Hawaiian Niu Sconces
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Niu, meaning coconut, is a symbol of Hawaiian Island the with it's graceful leaves swaying in the Hawaiian trade winds. When the Polynesians first came to Hawaii they saw the coconut tree stretching into the sky, flexible and strong. These trees symbolized and served as a powerful reminder of their ancestral roots.
Solid copper with Japanese high-strength etched glass.
Size: height 14" width (top) 9.5" width (bottom) 7" depth 4"
price includes 1 sconce
Patina - Copper with hand-painted green verdigris (patina) detailing.
Aged Copper - For indoor use only. Laquer finish applied to copper, creates the darkened detailing. Does not age properly when used outdoors.
Raw Copper - Copper without an laquer or patina applied. Copper will age as a whole.
If you order in sets of two the sconces will come as matching and left and rights (as shown in the photos).
Sconce may show fingerprints when holding and mounting but those will quickly disappear as the copper ages naturally.
Leighton hands draws all his designs before creating his copper light sconces. All designs are Leighton Lam's original creations and are copyrighted.
All lighting comes with a lamp holder and cover. Paradise Lights come complete, ready for easy installation. They can be used as interior or exterior wall mounted fixtures, all you need is an electrical line to connect with in your wall, on existing homes would be any wall mounted light, on a new construction be sure your architect / electrician plan for a power line to the area you want your lights. The lamp holder will take a standard bulb 40-120 watts.