These G.E.C "GECoRAY" silvered glass reflectors were originally designed for shop window displays.
Made in England circa 1950
The Silvered glass has wonderful patina and no shade is alike, the aluminium galleries, brass swan neck brackets and baseplate have all been finished to a high polish but are left untreated to age naturally.
Brochure images are taken from our 1951 G.E.C Handbook and the shades are not shown in the 1935 handbook, Glass type F45000 with aluminium gallery for high shallow windows and medium dressing.
Vintage lighting from G.E.C (The General Electric Company Limited) is a type of lighting fixture that was produced by one of the UK's oldest and most well-known electrical engineering companies. Founded in 1886, G.E.C specialized in the design and manufacture of electrical equipment, including lighting fixtures, generators, and electric motors. G.E.C was known for producing high-quality, reliable products that were designed to last for many years. Vintage lighting fixtures from G.E.C are highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts of vintage and industrial design. These fixtures often feature simple, functional designs with a focus on practicality and efficiency, such as pendant lights, wall sconces, and floor lamps. G.E.C lighting fixtures are typically made from high-quality materials such as brass, copper, and steel, and many feature distinctive detailing or labeling that identifies them as G.E.C products. Today, vintage G.E.C lighting fixtures are popular among those seeking to create an industrial, vintage, or antique-inspired look in their homes or commercial spaces. Many G.E.C lighting fixtures have been restored and repurposed for modern use, making them a sustainable and eco-friendly choice for those who appreciate the craftsmanship and history of vintage design.
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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.