‘Anthony’ Large Sized Opaline White Glass Chapel Light with Detailed Tall Gallery

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£215.00

SKU: 17571-13. Categories: , , .

Product Description

A traditional shaped original Art Deco Chapel light.  Large sized in glossy white opaline glass.

 

What makes this light particularly special is that it is teamed with a tall and detailed polished brass gallery.  This makes it a great centre piece in a room with a high ceiling.

 

To help us distinguish between the huge variety of white Opaline glass lighting we stock, we have personalised each variation with it’s own name.  This light has been named ‘ANTHONY’.

 

Please note that we have another pendant light very similar except that the gallery has an aged brass.  If you wished to purchase the pair and match the galleries with either aged or polished brass, please enquire prior to purchase.

 

 Size - 30cm diameter.  36cm high (from bottom of shade to top of gallery hook)

 

Light will be wired to customer specifications.   Price includes wiring with 1 metre of dark brown braided triple flex.  There is a  wide choice of colours available if you wished to discuss alternatives.  Additional length cable available at a small extra cost.  Price includes chain and hooked ceiling plate.

 

Lights are rewired using a new B22 bayonet fitting and will be independently PAT tested prior to despatch.  Please allow 10-14 working days for delivery.  If you would prefer an E27 screw in bulb, please enquire prior to purchase.

 

Please note that vintage lighting may have some light age-related  scratches and marks or slight manufacturing flaws.

 

If you live outside of the United Kingdom and are interested in buying this item, please email us and we will be happy to obtain a postage estimate for you.

Email  at info@ashbyinteriors.co.uk

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