Retro white glass pendant light shade with silver stripes 1960s/70s
Retro white glass pendant light shade with silver stripes 1960s/1970s
A large white glass shade with with silver side stripes and bright blue cable.
The silver stripes are reminiscent of the Op Art movement, a major development of painting in the 1960s that used geometric forms to create optical effects. One of the best known artists of the period was the painter Bridget Riley.
OP Art Screenprint 'Firebird' 1971 Bridget Riley
Blue round smooth PVC cable and chrome ceiling rose (supplied) complement the shade.
Cable length: 90cm
Cable colour: Bright blue round smooth PVC
Bulb type: BC (Bulb not included)
All dimensions are approximate.
A warm white BC (bayonet cap) LED bulb would look good.
Incandescent/Halogen bulbs are not recommended.
(Bulb not included)
Cable can be cut to desired length (when shortening the fabric cable use a small strip of tape to avoid fraying)
Ceiling rose fitting
The chrome ceiling rose can be fitted over most existing plastic ceiling rose backs without disturbing existing wiring making it easy for your electrician to fit.
The rose is supplied with the manufacturer's fitting kit and full instructions.
All lights must be fitted by a qualified electrician.
In original reclaimed condition, showing normal signs of wear.
All prices include careful packing and delivery to England, Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland. For international deliveries please contact me for shipping rates. It’s a Light uses new electrical components for its lighting which comply with all current UK and EU legislation.
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