The Traditional Wall Light with Hand Blown Borosilicate Glass
Traditional Back Plate with Adjustable Knuckle detailed Wall light in Highly Polished Copper finish with our Clear Round Hand Blown Borosilicate Glass.
Compatible with retro-fit LED Lamps / Alternative finishes available on request.
- Material: Brass | Glass
- Lamp Base: 1 x E14/SES
- Dimmable: Yes
- Lamp Inc: No
- Maximum watt: 6w LED
- Weight: 0.7kg
- IP Rating: IP20
- Colour/Finish: Polished Copper
- Shade Type: Glass
This simple 'Traditional' wall 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. Every fitting is made with quality at the very heart, with adjustable knuckle detailing all cast in Europe at our Italian casting foundry and borosilicate glass that is individually mouth-blown. The nature of this mouth-blown process means each individual glass will differ slightly, making for a completely bespoke fitting that is unlike any other. The highly polished Copper finish is achieved through electroplating, forming a thin, solid metallic copper layer across the surface. 'The Traditional' comes complete with solid back plate as all metal details are made up of cast brass components, making for a more robust fitting. 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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