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British Industrial lighting from Dugdills

Luminaire Reference: 14_1920

Early machinists work light by 'Dugdills'  Circa 1930. Vitreous enamelled shade with linished and lacquered steel assembly. Articulation at shade and arm junctures with cast makers mark to base. Slight characterful wear to the shade emphasises the age and industrial heritage of the light.

Supplied tested and rewired with black traditional braided cable and new bayonet (B22) lamp holders with integral switch.

Suitable for desk, wall or ceiling mounted applications.


DUGDILL & Co Ltd company Background.

The company was founded in the 1930s by John Dugdill a prolific British inventor who filed a succession of technical patents in both Britain and the US before 1939.



170 (Shade) mm
n/a mm


900 (Max Projection) mm
n/a mm


4.1 kg


Gun Metal Grey

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