Industrial Angled Enamel Factory Light by Benjamin Electric
Industrial Angled Enamel Factory Light by Benjamin Electric
Industrial Angled Enamel Factory Light by Benjamin Electric
Industrial Angled Enamel Factory Light by Benjamin Electric
Industrial Angled Enamel Factory Light by Benjamin Electric
Industrial Angled Enamel Factory Light by Benjamin Electric

Industrial Angled Enamel Factory Light by Benjamin Electric

IG220961

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Part of a large haul of reclaimed industrial lights from a former steel works in the North East of England 

These wonderful vitreous grey enamel angled factory lights are an early version circa 1920's with cast steel galleries

These parabolic lights were popular choice during the industrial age of Great Britain, a versatile light which would of originally been used in a whole host of sinarious including illuminating car production lines, lighting market stalls of Britain's historic city markets such as billingsgate and highlighting signage and wall displays inside out outside factory's

The existing finish has been sealed to emphasise the patina of the metal.

Fully refurbished today they are equally as versatile either as a ceiling pendant or wall mounted light. Installed in a run these make a wonderful feature for bar and restaurant lighting and are also perfect for lighting artwork and signage

 

Technical Details
Bulb Type E27
Maximum Wattage 12 watts LED
Height 440mm
Width 375mm
Colour /  Grey / White / Cast Steel
Weight 2.15kg

 

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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.
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