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Vintage floodlight pendants by G.E.C.

Luminaire Reference: 15_2491

Imposing 1940s flameproof floodlights converted to feature pendants.

These striking feature lights were made by British manufacturer G.E.C. and salvaged from one of the decommissioned Rolls-Royce factory buildings in Derby, you can read more about that here >>

The light is made up of a substantial three-part polished aluminium enclosure with its original flameproof glass lens. Its profile is sleek and refined with an impressive number of manufacturers details cast into the metal and emphasising the heritage of the light. A new aluminium bracket allows the pendant to be angled and locked in position if desired.

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

The extracts shown are from our own internal manufacturers archive.

Dimensions

Diameter:
Height:

480 mm
630 mm

Length:
Width:

n/a mm
n/a mm

Weight:

15.5 kg

Colour:

Silver

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This Product is not IP Rated. For internal use only.
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