The Twilight Wall Light With Matt Opal Glass
Contemporary Twin Wall Light in Polished Nickel & Curved Matt Opal Glass.
Compatible with retro-fit LED Lamps / Alternative finishes available on request.
- Material: Brass | Glass
- Lamp Base: 2 x E14/SES
- Dimmable: Yes
- Lamp Inc: No
- Maximum watt: 6w LED
- Weight: 1.2kg
- IP Rating: IP20
- Colour/Finish: Polished Nickel
- Shade Type: Glass
The Twilight 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. This fitting is made of cast brass components all cast in Europe at our Italian casting foundry and individually mould blown matt opal glass. The mould-blow process creates a perfectly uniform 'curved' shape and the colour pigmentation of the matt opal glass is engrained within the glass opposed to being painted onto the surface, to achieve a higher quality light output that is completely seamless. The highly polished Nickel finish is achieved through electroplating, forming a thin, solid metallic nickel 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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