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Vintage medical floor light

Era: 1950s

Elegant medical floor light originally utilised in the field of light therapy. Polished spun aluminium shade with chrome plated arms and junctures. 

Restoration

This industrial wall light has a two-part stem, chrome plated upper section and brass plated lower section, mounted upon a brushed and lacquered steel base with castors. Full rotation and articulation at the connection between arm and stem with additional lateral adjustment at juncture of the shade and arm.

Product details

Supplied tested and rewired with four metres of twisted burgundy braided cable, new screw (E27) lamp holder, inline switch and plug.

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330 (shade) mm
1830 mm
10.5 kg
n/a mm
450 (base) mm
Silver / Grey / Brass

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

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