Reference 15_2307

Hungarian pendant lights with glass wells

Era: 1950s Origin: Hungary

Salvaged 1950s factory lighting from a Hungarian industrial site. A vitreous enamelled shade, featuring embossed manufacturer's markings, is complete with the original restored steel enclosure and glass well. The industrial heritage of these lights is emphasised by localised wear to the enamel shades.

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Origin: Hungary

We salvage high volumes of industrial and decorative lighting from this landlocked former Eastern Bloc country. Hungarian industrial enamel shades are often available in blue or white, whereas the decorative glassware has more of a clean line and timeless design. In the mid to late 20th century, the Communist east produced a wide variety of lights for both industrial, commercial and residential applications often manufactured in three scaled versions to cater for varying bulb wattage.

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Restoration

In the mid 20th century, lights were designed with care and made to last. The work we do at skinflint is based on respecting and preserving the heritage of each piece. We have three guiding principles: To salvage the best lighting from the 1920s to the 1970s; To restore every piece sensitively - without compromising its character; To restore each fixture to the highest modern standards.

Product details

Each light is supplied with a new screw (E27) lamp holder, 2mtrs of industrial suspension chain, elephant grey braided cable and a ceiling mounting plate.(If you would prefer another colour cable, wire suspension or an E26 lamp holder for use in the USA, please just ask).

Diameter: 410 mm
Length: n/a mm
Height: 360 mm
Width: n/a mm
Weight: 5.2 kg
Colour: Charcoal Blue
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Supplied tested to BS EN60598. Converted for use in the US and worldwide. IP20 for internal use only.

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