Cawston ~ Our handmade 3 x solid brass shades & triple track pendant light, specifically for your chosen place.
Finished with our brass, this elegant factory light is perfect for all styles of interiors including contemporary, vintage, farmhouse and loft. With our clever track system it will ensure your pendants are equally spaced and keeps the wiring simple, as we pre-wire for you & only one supply is needed for an easy installation.
These pendants hang from a track which is screwed to the ceiling and only requires one set of cables for the whole light. The overall maximum height is 100cm to the bottom of the holders, including track.
The multi-pendant display will ensure you get that all important look & task lighting you need over your kitchen island, breakfast bar or dining table.
Designed by Benjamin Electric in 1932 The shade was added to the range of lighting which includes the 'Benflux' 'RLM' & 'Reflector' shades.
The pendant shade has over 90 years of product history & is a true British design classic.
Intended to be the task light of choice in 1930's for craft factories, hospitals, workshops & all skilled industries, the utility shade has been a true British icon ever since.
3 x Solid brass lamp shades
Width of shade 28cm
Height of shade 18cm
Shade lampholder hole size 40mm
1 x 3 Outlet triple track, with fixings
Length of track 91.5cm
Width of track 7.5cm
Height of track 2.5cm
3 x Single bronze bulb holders pre-wired with black vintage twist fabric flex cable connected to the holder only, enabling height to be easily adjusted to suit desired drop height (Each with cable length of 150cm / 59” - electrician recommended for installation). We supply with all the electrical fittings that are needed, for an easy install).
Optional Extras At Checkout:
3 x 40w Vintage filament bulbs
To use with dimmer systems:
All of our pendants are dimmable, provided you use an appropriate bulb. Our bulbs provided are suitable for use with or without a dimmer.
At Vintage-Electrical all of our lighting & furniture is made from solid materials, using traditional handcrafted working techniques.