Mullan Jordan Double Wall Light
The Jordan light is a double wall light with two 15cm glass lamp shades. The glass lamp shades can be clear or opal colour.
A brass sleeve protrudes perpendicularly from the Jordan's wall bracket before joining another horizontal brass sleeve parallel to the wall. From here two sealed brass galleries are attached a right-angles to horizontal sleeve. The brass galleries safely and securely hold both glass globe lamp shades in place.
The Jordan double wall light can be installed with the globe shades facing downwards to the floor or upwards to the ceiling, depending on the direction that the majority of light is to be shone.
The Jordan wall light is available in antique brass, antique silver, polished brass or satin brass. Bulbs are sold separately.
Note: This product is handcrafted with meticulous care. Given its hand-finished nature, variations in the wood or metal work (where applicable) are to be expected and celebrated. Each item is unique and no two are exactly alike.
- Weight: 2.40kg
- Material: Brass | Steel | Glass
- Voltage: 220v/240v
- Lampholder: E27 | Plastic | ES | Edison Screw | 2 Core Cable
- Ingress protection: IP65
- Ceiling Attachment: MLWB13 - 7.5cm Diameter
- Glass Code: GL166 | GL167
- Colour/Finish: Antique Brass
- Lamp Max Wattage: 40w
- Class: Class I
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