IP44 Nora Blue Coloured Glass Dimmable Decorative Bathroom Pendant Light
The IP44 Nora Blue Coloured Glass Dimmable Decorative Bathroom Pendant Light is a wonderful merging of an IP44 bathroom pendant cord set made exclusively by Gwyn Carless At The Light Yard and the decorative light bulb collection by Calex.
The well known Calex bulb has been marvelously transformed into a bathroom light fitting. Our in house British designed and manufactured pendant cord set has been especially created by us for use in contemporary bathrooms and wetrooms and complies with BS EN 60598-1:2015.
This decorative light bulb will create a statement in any bathroom environment and it features a coil shaped internal filament that casts a warm white light throughout the room.
A solid brass lamp holder finished in antique bronze and is combined with a generous 2 metres of black fabric flex. A low profile 65mm black brass ceiling rose is provided to complete the contemporary design.
Our IP pendant cord set combined with the Alicante LED light bulb cleverly brings all the elements together, giving these bathroom pendant lights their very distinctive appearance.
The light bulb has a 15,000 hr life which equates to over 5 years when used for 8 hours a day continuously and we offer a full 2 year no quibble guarantee with a free replacement in the unlikely event your bulb should fail within the 2 year period.
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