The Flute Pendant Light In Polished Copper With Clear Prismatic Glass Globe
Distinctive pendant light Fluted Polished Copper Column with Clear Prismatic Glass Globe.
Compatible with retro-fit LED Lamps / Alternative finishes available on request.
- Material: Brass | Glass
- Lamp Base: 1 x B22/BC
- Dimmable: Yes
- Lamp Inc: No
- Maximum watt: 10w LED
- Weight: 1.4kg
- IP Rating: IP20
- Colour/Finish: Polished Copper
- Shade Type: Glass
This Flute pendant light is designed and manufactured in the UK at our Hertfordshire-based factory, where each fitting is lovingly handcrafted by our team of master craftspeople. Each light fitting is made up of metal column and plate which is cast in Europe at our Italian casting foundry in 100% cast brass. This creates a fitting with unparalleled quality that is robust and durable. The glass is individually mould-blown to create a uniformed look across each light, whilst the ribbed surface of the prismatic glass acts as a reflector, casting the light from within, out into the environment around it and perfectly illuminating any room. Our Polished Copper finish is achieved through electroplating, forming a thin, solid metallic layer across the surface. This beautiful fitting comes complete with a silk flex colour of your choice. 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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