Caravaggio Black Matt Lacquer Pendants
Two Sizes - White Interior & Dark Grey Cord
Product Ref: 10043From £214.80 inc VAT
Since its launch in 2005, the Caravaggio range by LightYears has become known and loved for its distinctive and dramatic style. With the new Caravaggio Matt model, Cecilie Manz has added a new style and a new look to the simple and timeless design.
The well-known and elegant design is now available in four attractive matt shades that allow the pure lines and soft shapes of the design speak for themselves. The completely matt finish adds a rare depth and tangibility to the shade, imbuing it with a warm, cosy feel.
The Caravaggio pendant is a metal pendant in a matt black lacquer finish. The suspension technology is masculine in construction, creating the right counterbalance to the shade`s feminine lines. Light shines through the top of the pendant which also adds to the rooms ambient light. This pendant is named after the Italian Baroque painter Caravaggio, who is known for his dramatic paintings with large contrast between light and shadow. The Caravaggio is suitable for interior design in cafés, restaurants, retail shops and private homes.
Material: Shade steel. Suspension: Curved steel roods and turned brass coated in chrome. Cable length adjustable at time of installation.
Diameter 165mm x Height 216mm x flex 3m
Designed for mains E27 42w max lamp
Diameter 258mm x Height 337mm x flex 3m
Designed for mains E27 100w max lamp
The Caravaggio matt pendants are available in white, light grey and dark grey finishes. They are also available in shiny high-gloss finishes which include white and black. If you require a quantity for a project please call us to allow us to quote.
|Number Of Lamps||1|
|Lamp Type||E27 (ES) Base Mains Lamps|
|Dimmable?||Yes - on standard dimmer |
(TRIAC or leading edge)
|Adjustable Height||Yes – at time of installation|
|Wiring Details||Class 1 - Requires an Earth Connection|
Can you please advise if this fitting is available with DALI control dimming, and not 230V normal dimming as detailed?