1930s department store opaline globes (XL)Era: 1930s
Large run of extra large opaline globes salvaged from a 1930s department store in the Northwest. Complete with original monks cap and short hook stanchion.
Every one of our lights goes through a variety of processes to bring it from the worn and often dilapidated state it arrives in, to a stage where it is ready for your project. The first and most important stage is fully dismantling each and every light - we do this even if we have hundreds of identical lights. We then undertake an in-depth review of its construction and following that, map its journey through restoration.
Supplied with new chrome plated bayonet (B22) lamp holders, 2mtrs of suspension chain, traditional silver braided cable and ceiling mounting plate.
IP20 for internal use only. All dimensions and weights are approximate.
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What a great looking light! Fantastic in the kitchen and a great talking point. Thanks.
- Neil | Cumbria | UK
What a great little product, saves masses of time and cost rewiring. Will be back for more!
- Chris | Gloucester | UK
I’ve had a difficult time communicating with multiple European-based companies for different projects. skinflint were wonderful and extremely punctual, even with the time difference!
- Monique | USA | Commercial client
I've been admiring your lights for a while and the great work you guys do bringing them back to life... My Eastern Bloc LED light is now up and it's beautiful. Thanks for restoring such beautiful lights.
- John | Kerry | Ireland