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Vintage 1950s electrical substation pendants

Luminaire Reference: 17_2790

Vintage industrial lights salvaged from a 1950s electrical substation in the Northwest of the UK.

Simple vitreous enamelled shades with a sleek neck and low profile. There is very slight surface wear to the enamel, but this adds character and emphasises the heritage of the product.

Each light is supplied with a new bayonet (B22) lamp holder, 2mtrs of twisted silver braided cable and ceiling mounting plate. (If you would prefer another colour cable please just ask).




305 mm
200 mm


n/a mm
n/a mm


0.8 kg



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