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Vintage British factory lights: The Maxlume Verikool

Luminaire Reference: 12_1391

Vintage enamelled shades by British manufacturer "Maxlume" salvaged from a factory in the North Midlands, UK. Circa 1930. Vitreous enamelled spun steel reflectors featuring embossed makers mark "Maxlume Overlamp Reflector: Patented in Great Britain. British Made"  Gallery constructed from polished aluminium and lacquered steel again with cast makers marks "The Maxlume Verikool" Localised surface wear to the enamel emphasise the age and industrial heritage of the products. Supplied with new bayonet (B22) lamp holders, 2mtrs of suspension chain, elephant grey braided cable and ceiling mounting plate.



360 mm
520 mm


n/a mm
n/a mm


3.6 kg


Green (White Internal)

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