This 1 light Outdoor Sconce from the Kanso collection by ELK will enhance your home with a perfect mix of form and function. The features include a Hazelnut Bronze finish applied by experts. This item qualifies for free shipping! Check the right-hand bar or call our dedicated Sales Team for similar items and additional options not pictured.
Description Kanso 1 Light Outdoor Sconce In Hazelnut Bronze Long Description Embracing The Everyday, Unadorned Things In Life Is To Embrace Truth. Rarely Has Any One Philosophy Had Such A Clear And Defined Impact On A Garden Style As The Indelible Mark Left By Zen On The Japanese Garden. Kanso Is One Of The Six Basic Aesthetic Principals Embraced By Zen. Simplistic Styling, A Key Tenet Of Zen, And Cleanliness Of Form Is A Repeated Motif In Japanese Architecture. Constructed Of Cast Aluminum, This Series Features An Aged Bronze Finish With Contrasting White Glass.
E.L.K. was founded in Eastern Pennsylvania in 1983 by three industry experts, Adolf Ebenstein, Jonathan Lesko, and Russell King. Since the company's inception, a commitment has been made to deliver innovative, quality product with designer appeal and conscientious value. Today, those lasting traditions endure.
ELK offers a comprehensive suite of exclusive products to embrace your home with style and sophistication. An award winning team of international designers and engineers will ensure that your products are not everyday ordinary. With their extensive in-house design department and our domestic and overseas manufacturing facilities, we have the ability to provide custom pieces for national contract sales, as well as commercial and residential specification.
ELK is exceptionally proud to be a trusted lighting manufacturer for some of the most significant structures in the world including George Vanderbilt's Biltmore Estate and The Historic Royal Palaces of England.
1 question(s) from the community have been answered.
How do you change the light bulb.
ELK Lighting Kanso 1 Light Outdoor Sconce 42170/1 has 2 screws under the large cover on frame. Remove the screws and the glass, then the bottom cage will come off.