The Urban Wall Light
Distinctive Urban Renewal 4 Light Wall light Fixture in Dead Matt Black with Decorative Nut detail shown with LED Squirrel Cage Lamps.
Compatible with retro-fit LED Lamps / Alternative finishes available on request.
- Material: Brass | Glass
- Lamp Base: 4 x B22/BC
- Dimmable: Yes
- Lamp Inc: No
- Maximum watt: 6w LED
- Weight: 4.5kg
- IP Rating: IP20
- Colour/Finish: Matt Black
- Shade Type: Glass
The Urban Renewal wall light fixture 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 fixture is crafted from cast brass metal components, ensuring solidity throughout the base, decorative nut detailing and cages. Our sleek and sophisticated Dead Matt Black finish is achieved at our local precision paint specialist factory, where each component is powder-coated by hand. This process guarantees a finish that is not only beautiful, but durable, scratch-resistant and 100% vegan. More so, using powder-based paint means no volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are released, giving each light unbeatable environmental advantages. Shown here with LED Squirrel Cage lamps, this is the perfect fixture for all modern and contemporary settings. 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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