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Early British machinist light by Maxlume

Luminaire Reference: 13_1645

Salvaged three arm wall, ceiling or table mounted machinists work light by 'Maxlume' Brushed and lacquered steel construction with vitreous enamelled shade featuring slight localised wear emphasising the age and industrial heritage of the product. Circa 1950. Articulation at head and arm junctures with 340deg rotation from integral wall plate. Supplied tested and rewired with traditional black braided cable and new bronzed bayonet (B22) lamp holders with integral switch.

The installation card image is from our own internal manufacturers archive and would have been supplied with the products when originally retailed.

The extract shown is from our own internal manufacturers archive and taken from the 'Maxlume, modern lighting equipment' catalogue Dated 1952.




160 (Shade) mm
700 (Max Projection) mm


n/a mm
n/a mm


2.3 kg


Gun Metal Grey

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