Water Birch Bark and Scrap Metal Sconce

The light was created using a found piece of hollowed out Water Birch bark and then attached to a piece of scrap metal of approx 30" in length and 6" wide. Affixed to metal using repurposed light fixture and electrical conduit and plate. Wiring consisting of new, cloth electrical cord and vintage style plug.

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