Troy One Light Old Silver Wall Light

Troy One Light Old Silver Wall Light

Product ID:228936

The Menlo Park 1-Light Wall Sconce is inspired by the entire history of electric lighting and, specifically, by Thomas Edison himself. It was in 1879 that Edison invented the first commercially viable incandescent light bulb filament at his Menlo Park laboratory in Raritan Township, New Jersey. And to celebrate Edison’s innovative passions, Troy Lighting designed the Menlo Park wall light, naming it after the locale where he worked. The sconce’s most distinguished feature is a pressed glass shade, which has been modeled on 19th century telegraph-line insulators and suspended from a hand-wrought iron I-beam mount finished in Old Silver. ADA-compliant. Accommodates one 60-watt candelabra base bulb. For an authentic retro effect, complete the look with a vintage Edison-style bulb.


  • Glass Insulator
  • Durable iron material
  • Bulb included: No
  • Rated for dry locations


  • Height: 14"
  • Width: 5.75"
  • Extension: 8.5"

Electrical Specifications:

  • Number of Bulbs: 1
  • Bulb Base: Candelabra (E12)
  • Compatible Bulb Types: Incandescent
  • Watts per Bulb: 60
  • Total Wattage: 60
  • Voltage: 120

About Troy Lighting:

Being a Leader in an Industry requires many attributes. Our passion for quality, design, value and service lead the way. We strive to produce Interior and Exterior Lighting products that are unique in the marketplace and affordable to consumers. We use Hand-Forged Iron and Hand-Applied Finishes as the primary ingredients of our timeless pieces. We take great pride in our engineering and inspection standards to ensure that you receive a quality product that lasts for many years.

Product ID - 228936

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