White Star Helmet Dimmable Pendant Light
The White Star Helmet Dimmable Pendant Light is a part of our Cafe Racer collection of pendant lights. To celebrate Gwyn`s 25th Year as an artisan lighting designer we are proud to introduce this brand new series of interior light fittings to our collections. The 1960s British rock scene – with its uniquely irreverent and rebellious café racer motorbike subculture – was the inspiration behind our all new Café Racer Collection.
Applying our expertise in hand crafting pendant lighting, while giving our fondness for nostalgia free rein, these original fixtures reflect our studio’s creative drive and our irrepressible sense of fun. The funky new designs hold limitless possibilities, since each luminaire can be customised with the artwork or message of your choice – for a quirky and stylish interior design solution or the perfect one-of-a-kind gift for a motorbike or British rock enthusiast.
Crafted to the highest standard in our Derbyshire studio, each dimmable fixture comes with a long-lasting Edison-style LED filament bulb. These qualities combine to deliver a pendant light which is both characterful and high-performing – and sure to get your motor running…..
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