Mullan Talise Flush Ceiling Light
The Talise ceiling light is a vintage-style flush ceiling light that - because of its IP65 rating - can be safely installed in bathrooms and outdoor locations. The Talise bathroom ceiling light features a brass dome shade attached to a brass lamp holder and ceiling rose. The vintage-style shade is 30cm in diameter and the overall vertical projection of the Talise light is 21cm.
Inside the brass shade in a teardrop-shaped glass shade that houses an LED tube light inside a waterproof enclosure. The Talise bathroom ceiling light looks great when installed in vintage-style bathrooms or in industrial-style commercial settings like restaurants and pubs where resistance to moisture ingress may be required. Bulb is sold separately.
The Talise vintage ceiling light is available in 7 colour finishes including antique brass, antique silver, polished brass, natural 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: 1.72kg
- 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: GLWP01
- Colour/Finish: Antique Brass
- Lamp Max Wattage: E27 | 6.5W
- Class: 2
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