Rare and stunning blue Holophane prismatic glass shades with industrial cast iron fittings and brass holding screws.
Reclaimed from an old industrial mill these shades were made in England circa 1920.
Glass is stamped "PATd 1910 No28182" "ENGLAND" and "HOLOPHANE 531"
Cast iron fittings also having the "HOLOPHANE" makers marks embossed into their finish.
The vintage Holophane shades also have what the company called their "VELVET FINISH" which is a sort of frosted / etched satin finish rather than the glass being completely clear.
The blue color of the glass provides a pop of color while still maintaining a classic, vintage aesthetic. The prismatic design of the glass also creates a beautiful, diffused light effect that adds ambiance to any space. These shades would be perfect for an industrial-inspired space or to add a touch of vintage charm to a modern home.
BENEFITS OF BUYING RECLAIMED
There are many benefits to buying reclaimed items for interiors. First and foremost, reclaimed items are often unique and one-of-a-kind, adding character and personality to a space that cannot be achieved with mass-produced items. Additionally, by choosing reclaimed items, you're reducing your carbon footprint by reusing existing materials instead of contributing to the demand for new production. Reclaimed items also often have a story and history behind them, adding an extra layer of meaning and interest to a space. Finally, buying reclaimed items can be a more affordable option than buying brand new, high-end items while still achieving a high-end look. Overall, choosing to incorporate reclaimed items into your interiors is a sustainable, eco-friendly, and stylish choice.
Colour / Material
Blue Prismatic Glass / Copper / Aged Copper
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Our original items are reclaimed from industrial settings between the early 1900’s up to the 1970’s and due to the nature of their original life most of our product have received wear and tear which as a result have created the wonderful individual character of our pieces. The pictures of our products are potentially sample pieces from a run or batch of products and we have tried our upmost to offer a true reflection of the product you will receive. However due to the nature and age of the products there will be variations between individual pieces, if you require more information on the condition of specific pieces please get in touch via our contact page.