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Western Wall Sconces and Wall Lamps

Enjoy these stylish Western Cowboy Decor Wall Sconces and Wall lamps.... Great for late night reading or that dark place that needs a little cowboy light! Our lights are of heavy construction to give many years of use.


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Cowboy Wall Lamp
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Western Wall Lamp

This cowboy wall lamp is available in your choice of several western images such as bronco rider, rearing horse, cowboy or cowgirl. Ittakes up to a 75 watt 'A' style bulb. It measures 17" height x 13" deep (with shade). Your choice of image, color and wiring. UL LISTED. This wall lamp uses the 12" base lamp shade. Shades available on the lamp shade page. Custom made to order. Usually ships in 1 to 2 weeks.

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Qty Price Color Image Plug Style
$116.00


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Cowboy Wall Sconce
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Image Wall Sconce

This light is great for hallways stairwells or as an accent light. Finished in your choice of color, image, image direction and plug style. It uses up to 1- 60 watt 'A' style bulb. Measures approx. 11" tall x 9"wide x 5"deep. Comes with Elephant Hide liner. Custom made to order. Usually ships in 1 to 2 weeks. Direct wire is wired directly into the wall, socket plug is when it has a cord on it.

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Qty Price Color Image Image Facing Plug Style
$116.00

 
   
 

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Annie Oakley
1860-1926, American theatrical performer, b. Darke co., Ohio. Her original name was Phoebe Anne Oakley Mozee. From childhood on she was a "dead shot" with a rifle. She defeated in contest the noted marksman and vaudeville star Frank E. Butler, who subsequently married her and became her manager and assistant. As a major attraction (1885-1902) of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show she performed remarkable feats of marksmanship. In 1901 she was partially paralyzed in a railroad accident but continued to delight audiences with her brilliant shooting for 20 years. The owner of All That Cowboy has been compared to Annie Oakly in the fact that she is a sure shot!

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