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Vintage opaline pendant

Era: 1950s

Elegant opaline stepped pendant light with original Bakelite gallery.

Restoration

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.

Product details

Supplied with new bronzed cord-grip bayonet (B22) lamp holders, 2mtrs of traditional old gold braided cable and ceiling suspension plate.

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140 mm
180 mm
0.2 kg
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White | Brown

IP20 for internal use only. All dimensions and weights are approximate.

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