Vintage Stonco Cast Aluminum Spotlight Yoke - Industrial Sconce Pendant Art Deco
Price is for a single light fixture shown in photo 2. The other photos are just meant to be examples of how it can be used.
These vintage spotlights by Stonco were reclaimed from the Kansas City Power & Light Building skyscraper in downtown Kansas City, Missouri. They were on the observation deck and lit up the top of the building at night.
The lights feature a solid cast aluminum housing and a metal yoke that makes them easy to mount anywhere. They originally had a domed clear glass lens, but sadly most of those were broken over the years. I had new lenses cut so they are crystal clear. I was able to recover the boxes in storage with the colored lenses, so each light will come with a domed orange and green lens in addition to the clear lens. They are adjustable so you can point them in any direction you like. Every light is in excellent condition. Since they have flat lenses that weren't made specifically for these lights, I can't promise a tight seal on the gaskets and can't promise they're suitable for wet locations (outdoors).
8" light diameter x 8" tall
3.5" from wall to light
They will be retrofitted with a standard medium base socket for conventional home use (bulb not included). The original sockets are a Par base for much higher wattage bulbs. If you wish to use them as a spotlight I can leave the original sockets in them.
I will only be considering offers for interest in a large number of lights.
I show them mounted to the wall like a sconce, but it can obviously be mounted to any surface. I've also shown that the light can be hung at any length like a pendant above a table, kitchen island, work bench, etc. The last photo shows that they can also be mounted to a custom fixture with multiple lights.