This sconce consists of five tiers in half-crown, decorated with crystal drops.
These crowns, which recall the chandeliers of central European countries (one thinks of the chandelier of Karl Friedrich Schinkel of 1820 preserved in the Mathieu Museum), take the form of lava flows.
The central crown, wider than the others, gives movement and volume to the whole, the following ones shrinking, like a waterfall.
Finally, a floor of decorations, composed of bronze leaves attached and curved, completes the set.
Note that this wall lamp offers a very soft light, thanks to the crystal drops acting as a louver.