Cargo Cluster Wall or Ceiling Lamp with Protective Guard, 7242

Original BTC

Cargo Cluster Wall / Ceiling Lamp - Protective Guard

Sale price$1,595.00
SKU: BT-DP7242/GA/6E26/BRKT
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Description: Steel Ship's Cargo Cluster lamp for hard wiring into a wall or ceiling; galvanized finish with a protective galvanized guard. It features either a six lamp holder cluster for applications which call for the brightest light output. You can set the chain length of your pendant to your desired drop during installation. Dimmable.

Production Process: Original BTC uses centuries-old techniques to create truly authentic, unprocessed lighting designs; some of which originate from East India Docks (London) in the 1880s where Davey Lighting was established.
Each of our spun shades begin life as sheet metal disc and are formed through a process called spinning. The sheets are first clamped to a formed block (reflecting the shape we want to produce) which are rotated together at high speeds. A localized pressure is supplied by hand to this spinning workpiece, causing the disc to adopt the shape of the block. The formed shade is then finished by polishing, weathering or powder coating.

Materials: Steel and aluminum, all galvanized.

Product Dimensions: 14.7"Ø x 12.5"H. Minimum drop 16.5"; Maximum drop 71".

Product Weight: 12.3 pounds. 

Light Source: (6x) Socket E26; 100 watt max. Bulbs not included.

Cord: Black PVC cord plus 59" long chain.

Canopy: 4.7"Ø

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.