Drop Two Pendant Lamp, gloss

Original BTC

Drop Two Pendant, gloss

Sale price$435.00
SKU: BT-FP385N
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The Drop Two Pendant has a classical cone shape and is available in different sizes. The bone china shade provides an elegantly simple central lighting source. Choose between a natural white style with a gloss or matt finish.

Description: Pendant lamp to be hardwired into the ceiling. The fine bone china is very attractive unlit and gives a wonderful ambient light when illuminated.

Production Process: Each bone china piece is manufactured according to traditional methods by our highly skilled team in Stoke-on-Trent, where now only a handful of ceramic factories exist. The process begins with a slip (clay and water mix) being poured into moulds. Once set, the moulds are split and the shade, base or ceiling rose is removed and left overnight to dry before being sponged and fettled to remove any imperfections. The items are finally biscuit fired or dipped in a glaze and gloss-fired for a natural white finish.

Materials: Bone china shade and braided cotton cable.

Product Dimensions: Shade: 8"Ø x 6.5"H with 4.1" opening; minimum drop without altering length of standard cable: 17"; maximum drop without altering length of cable: 63".

Product Weight: 3 pounds. 

Light Source: Socket E26; 60 watt max. Bulb not included.

Cord: 59" sand and taupe braided cotton cord.

Canopy: 4.7"Ø, bone china to match shade.

Certification: Marked cULus, this product meets nationally recognized standards related to the safety of products in the US and Canada.

Environment: For indoor use. 

Care Instructions: Dust with soft dry cloth or wipe with damp cloth using water only and drying thoroughly. Always switch off electricity supply before cleaning.

Made In: United Kingdom.

 

Original BTC

In 1990, challenged by the design limitations of cutlery, Peter Bowls went back to his roots opening Oxford-based lighting factory. “My goal was to design and produce lights that you are instantly at home with, that will fit comfortably for many years to come”. Peter was one of the first designers to capture the appeal of industrial styling and to use bone china shades for lighting.