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Retro wall lights by Lustry Kamenicky Senov (V3)

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Retro wall lights by Lustry Kamenicky Senov (V3)

Era: 1960s Origin: Czechoslovakia (former)

Original retro wall lights from the 1960s, manufactured by famed Czechoslovakian glassworks manufacturer Lustry Kamenicky Senov. Featuring a chrome-plated enclosure, arm and wall plate, with two moulded clear glass shades. The light can be installed for either up or downward lighting.

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Origin: Czechoslovakia (former)

Much of the lighting we salvage and restore from the former Eastern Bloc was produced in the manufacturing powerhouses of former Czechoslovakia. Under Communist rule the same design was often manufactured in three scaled versions to cater for varying bulb wattage. The country is also famed for its beautiful glassware, with both wall and ceiling opaline glass lights often being used in public and residential settings, such as housing blocks and schools.

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Restoration

Every one of our lights goes through a variety of restoration processes to bring it from the worn and often dilapidated state it arrives in, to a stage where it is refurbished and updated for modern-day use ready for your home. From stripping down and rewiring, to meticulously reviewing which components can be kept or replaced, we finish by sealing the light to prevent further degradation to the surface - securing their use for many more decades to come.

Product details

Supplied rewired and tested with two new screw (E27) lamp holders.

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120 (glass) mm
200 mm
1.5 kg
210 (projection) mm
300 mm
Clear | White | Silver

Non-standard delivery. Supplied wired and tested to BS EN60598. IP20 for internal use only. All dimensions and weights are approximate.

Lustry Kamenicky Senov

Manufacturer: Lustry Kamenicky Senov

Following WWII, all chandelier companies based in the Kamenicky Senov region of former Czechoslovakia (an area with a rich history of decorative glasswork) were put under joint administration by the state under a new name - Lustry Kamenicky Senov. In the 1960s, this new company primarily specialised in producing glass lighting and chandeliers for domestic use and the USSR. Though they later expanded into pendants and floor lights, their most iconic creation was the elegant crystal glass chandeliers known as the ‘Theresians’, which were inspired by 18th-century Bohemian chandeliers made for Empress Maria Theresa.

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Lights for life

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A quick word from our customers

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I am so delighted to have found this website - beautiful original lights that are reasonably priced! I was not disappointed when my two pendants arrived. The service was quick and efficient. The lights are amazing. I can't wait to get them up in our new kitchen over the island.

- Sarah | London | UK

Excellent service

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- Robert | Chichester | UK

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What a great looking light! Fantastic in the kitchen and a great talking point. Thanks.

- Neil | Cumbria | UK

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Love it!

- Michael | Middlesex | UK