Stock Sconces

Featured here is the Lautner Sconce. Materials in the design of this sconce include copper, brass, and steel.

Custom Sconces

The Cicada Sconce was designed with a glass street lamp lens, copper sheet, wire , mesh, and brass.

Hanging Lamps

Scallop Lamp - Punched, drilled, powder-coated steel with glass globe, brass finial, and bicycle gear.

Other Work

Kitchen cabinet door panels of torch patinated copper with stenciled and stamped patinas and alcohol inks.


Dale Jenssen, a.k.a. “The Sconce Queen”, has been making metal sconces and light fixtures since 1997. Her meticulously crafted work can be seen in private homes, restaurants, and public spaces throughout Texas and the United States. While specializing in sconces, Dale and her crew also create hanging lamps, tables, door panels, and a variety of architectural details on a custom ordered basis. Large or small, please contact The Sconce Queen -

Wasp Sconce

  [caption id=attachment_392 align=alignnone width=216] Wasp Sconce, ready to sting your wall with its wonderful light and whimsy. Copper, steel and glass. @ 22 tall.

2015 Fall Featured Work

Chandelier of copper and brass with a variety of patinas and textures. This work was made in collaboration with and for San Antonio architect Michael Imbimbo, AIA. It is @ 40 in diameter and @ 45 long, not including chain or canopy.

2015 March Featured Work

Imbimbo Sconce This is a custom sconce made in collaboration with, and for, San Antonio architect Michael Imbimbo. Available as a custom order for $465. Copper, brass, and glass 22 x 9 x 5 1/2