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Reclaimed English bulkheads by Lacent

Luminaire Reference: 16_2597

Salvaged original 1930s bulkhead lights by British manufacturer 'Lacent'.

Each light comprises a two part cast steel housing with cast makers mark, and an original prismatic glass lens. An internal enamelled reflector promotes the light output from the fittings, while their design allows them to installed both as wall and ceiling lights.

Supplied with a new bayonet (B22) lamp holder and a single 20mm conduit entry.

The extracts shown are from our own internal manufacturer's catalouge archive. 



n/a mm
110 mm


240 mm
160 mm


2.7 kg


Gun metal grey | Clear

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All dimensions and weights are approximate.
This Product is not IP Rated. For internal use only.
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