The joint of the articulating arm can pinch or cut the electrical wire causing it to fray, posing a shock hazard.
This recall involves Rejuvenation Cypress and Imbrie model articulated wall sconces. The wall sconces have articulating jointed arms and adjustable shades in various colors and finishes. They were sold in plug-in (also called pin-up) and hard wired versions. The sconce arms measure about 16 inches long. Each sconce has a label located inside the canopy of the sconce that contains the SKU number, configuration ID, manufacturing date and production order number. The following SKU numbers are included in the recall and are printed on the production label: A1327, A1328, A1329, A1330, A1331, A1332, A9591, A9592, A9593, A9594, A9595, A9596, A3621, A3622, A3625, A3626, A3623, A3624.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled sconces and contact Rejuvenation for instructions to receive a free repair or replacement sconce, including shipping and charges for inspecting, removing and replacing the lamps by using a licensed electrician. Rejuvenation is contacting consumers who purchased the recalled sconces directly.
Rejuvenation has received four reports of the wires of the sconces being pinched or fraying. No injuries have been reported.
Rejuvenation stores nationwide from September 2016 through March 2017 for between $250 and $400.
Rejuvenation Inc., of Portland, Ore., a division of Williams-Sonoma Inc., of San Francisco, Calif.
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