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One Pound Lane

Specified by: Lightqube

Set within the former gaoler’s house and police station, The Pound Bar and Kitchen has retained many of the original features and has created an atmospheric destination to eat and drink, with the former police station cells being converted to private dining rooms.

The lighting scheme, designed by Lightqube, uses a number of reclaimed vintage fixtures from Skinflint. Highlights include low profile enamel shades by Thorlux circa 1930, factory pendants salvaged from a Scottish manufacturing facility and most notably the imposing WWII M.O.D bomb factory pendants within the main bar.

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Bomb factory lights

WWII M.O.D Bomb Factory lights salvaged from a substantial decommissioned military installation in the South of Wales. Circa 1940.

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British industrial pendant lighting V1

Elegant domed industrial pendant lighting salvaged from a Scottish factory. Circa 1950. Vitreous enamelled two part reflector with interesting perforation detail upon neck.

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English factory shades by "Thorlux"

Very early vintage factory shades by English manufacturer "Thorlux" salvaged from a factory in the Midlands, UK. Circa 1930.

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