The Atomic Pendant Light in Copper
Our AT-OM-IC Pendant light in a Fusion of Highly Mirror Polished Metal and Hand Blown Glass, which creates a stunning centre piece, shown here in Copper.
Compatible with retro-fit LED Lamps / Alternative finishes available on request.
- Material: Brass | Glass
- Lamp Base: 6 x E27/ES
- Dimmable: Yes
- Lamp Inc: No
- Maximum watt: 6w LED
- Weight: 3.80kg
- IP Rating: IP20
- Colour/Finish: Copper
- Shade Type: Glass
This Atomic pendant light is designed and manufactured in the UK at our Hertfordshire-based factory, where we work with British artisan craftsmen and craftswomen, source materials locally where possible, and verify the ethical supply chain of any materials or parts sourced overseas. Each fitting has unparalleled quality, with all metal detailing being cast in brass at our Italian casting foundry in Europe, as well as individually mouth-blown glass globes. The nature of this mouth-blown process means that each individual glass will differ slightly, making for a completely bespoke fitting that is unlike any other. Our incredible Highly Mirror Polished Copper finish is achieved through electroplating, forming a thin, solid metallic layer across the surface. All of our fittings are individually assembled and tested, subject to a strict quality control system that ensures our lights meet or exceed CE Standards and BSEN 60598-1:2008.
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