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ceiling lights converted from traffic lights
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Salvaged Slovakian traffic lights

Era: 1950s

Salvaged decommissioned Slovakian traffic lights converted into suspended luminaires. Aluminium two part enclosure with original worn factory finish providing an interesting surface patina.

glass lens on ceiling lights converted from traffic lights
detail view of ceiling lights converted from traffic lights
detail view of original paint traffic lights

Restoration

This statement light is complete with internal reflector and new etched diffusion glass making it perfect to use over tables and island plinths. 

grey decorative twisted fabric braided power cable

Product details

Suspended through a minimal twin stainless steel suspension system (2metres) with nickel plated ceiling mounting kit permitting millimetric adjustment. Supplied with new screw (E27) lamp holders and 2metres of elephant grey braided power cable.

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220 (Glass) mm
160 mm
5.5 kg
270 mm
240 mm
Green | Grey

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

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