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Salvaged store room lights by "Benjamin"

Luminaire Reference: 12_1356

Extra large vintage lights by British manufacturer "Benjamin" salvaged from the store room of a museum in Yorkshire, England. Circa 1930. Vitreous enamelled spun steel shades with original manufacturers labels and polished brass galleries with cast makers marks. Slight localised surface wear to the enamel emphasise the age and history. Supplied with new bayonet (B22) lamp holders, 2mtrs of suspension chain, elephant grey braided cable and ceiling mounting plate.



460 mm
460 mm


n/a mm
n/a mm


3.2 kg


Grey (White internal)

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