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Cruise ship lights. Circa 1950

Era: 1950s

Passageway lights salvaged from decommissioned 1950s ocean going cruise liners. Polished aluminium shade, brass interconnection and wall plate with integral period switch to permit local switching if required. 

Restoration

The lights have lockable rotational and lateral adjustment at inter-connection with shade. Wear to the shade and wall plate adds character and emphasises the age of the items. 

Product details

Supplied tested and rewired with screw (E27) lamp holders and period toggle switch.

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130 (Shade) mm
210 mm
0.6 kg
240 (Projection) mm
n/a mm
Silver / Gold

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

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