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Reference 15_2451

Salvaged dentist's operating wall light

Era: 1960s

Salvaged dentist's operating lights from a surgery in Scunthorpe, UK. Polished aluminium lamp enclosure and bracket with original glass lenses. A brushed and lacquered steel arm with integral toggle switch, with a lower polished aluminium arm and wall plate.

Restoration

This wall statement industrial wall light has 180deg lateral rotation at the wall plate with additional articulation at all arm and bracket joints.

Product details

Supplied tested and rewired with twisted black braided cable and new screw (E27) lamp holder.

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200 (wall plate) mm
1200 mm
13.5 kg
1370 (projection) mm
230 (enclosure) mm
Silver | Gun metal grey

Supplied tested to BS EN60598. IP20 for internal use only. All dimensions and weights are approximate.

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