Mullan Beck Flush Ceiling Light
The Beck flush ceiling light is a traditional bathroom ceiling light with a cone-shaped Holophane glass lamp shade. The prismatic glass shade is attached to a solid brass and moisture-resistant lamp holder and ceiling rose. Enclosing an LED tube light in a waterproof container is a teardrop-shaped clear glass shade designed to mimic an Edison-style vintage light bulb.
The diameter of the glass lamp shade of this bathroom ceiling light is 30cm at its widest point.
The overall vertical projection of this flush fixture is 25cm.Rated IP65 the Beck bathroom ceiling light can be installed in any bathroom location. It is also suitable for use outdoors. Bulb is sold separately.
It comes in six colour finishes; antique brass, natural brass, antique silver, polished brass, satin brass, and powder coated matte black or white.
The natural brass colour looks the same as polished brass when it is sold but it does not have a lacquer finish so will tarnish gracefully over time for a very natural look.
N.B. Due to product design, this light fitting requires the bulb to be max:
6.5 Watt LED
- Weight: 2.11kg
- Material: Brass | Steel | Glass
- Voltage: 220v/240v
- Lampholder: E27 | Plastic | ES | Edison Screw | 2 Core Cable
- Ingress protection: IP65
- Ceiling Attachment: MLROSE23 | 12cm Diameter
- Glass Type: GL028 | GLWP01
- Colour/Finish: Antique Brass
- Lamp Max Wattage: E27 | 6.5W
- Class: 2
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