Art Deco pendant lightEra: 1930s Origin: UK
Art Deco period tiered pendant light. Polished chrome plated gallery with enclosed opaline glass shade.
Lighting design in the UK benefitted from a free market. Different companies were working at the same time, designing and producing similar products for the same market. Often with only slight differences in their style, they constantly upgraded and improved their original designs. The products we salvage come from the old industrial heartland of England. This area of the UK was once the boiler room of the British economy - from the potteries of Stoke, through the engineering works of Birmingham, to the wool, textile and cotton mills of Oldham and Manchester.View all lights from UK
The final step of the restoration process of each light is reassembly. All of the components, both new and refurbished, are meticulously pieced together in our workshops. Each light is then photographed and added to our collection alongside information about its origins and history we’ve discovered through our research. What happens next is up to you.
Supplied with new nickel plated (E27) lamp holders, 2mtrs of decorative 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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Beautiful lights, very pleased with the quality. Excellent service overall from skinflint.
- Miriam | Hampshire | UK
Excellent service in all respects.
- David | Preston | UK
What a great looking light! Fantastic in the kitchen and a great talking point. Thanks.
- Neil | Cumbria | UK
Fantastic light and flex... We will be back for more! Service was unimprovable.
- Gareth | Northamptonshire | UK