Nora Green Coloured Glass Dimmable Decorative Wall Light
The Nora Green Coloured Glass Dimmable Decorative Wall Light is a wonderful merging of a contemporary wall bracket made by Gwyn Carless At The Light Yard and the decorative light bulb collection by Calex.
While the Calex bulb is available as a stand alone item, here at Gwyn Carless At The Light Yard we have paired the beautiful Calex light bulb with our very own wall base. A solid brushed brass lamp holder with a matching 90 degree arm are beautifully paired with a matt black 8cm diametre metal base. When combined with the distinctive and highly decorative light bulb, the Nora Pink Coloured Glass Dimmable Decorative Wall Light becomes a true statement piece.
This decorative light bulb will create an impact in any room, but it really comes to life when used in a kitchen or bedroom. The bulb has an organic metallic mirrored finish when switched off and is completely transformed into a smoke tinted glass bulb once switched on, exposing the coil shaped internal filament and casting a warm white light throughout the room.
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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