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Marine Brass and Prismatic Glass Wall Lantern - 3 Finishes
Part of a Great Range of Themed Brass Lighting
Product Ref: 7205From £92.30 inc VAT
A brass and prismatic glass wall mounted lantern suitable for interior and exterior lighting.
While perfect for outdoor these also fit admirably in themed bars and restaurants, the glow of a filament lamp diffused to create warm pockets of light over tables and bars.
We love these mounted on bare wood and brick, whitewashed walls provide a great contrast when using these lights to highlight interior features.
Available in satin nickel, brass or antique brass, the antiquing process uses acids to age the finish creating a darker, matt colour.
Heavyweight solid brass construction ensures these lights last for years and years. Just do not drop it as it will break your foot!
Diffused with a thick prismatic glass shade, textured inside and smooth outer, this casts a beautiful patterned light for brilliant ambience. Three big brass bolts secure the cover, these have Phillips screw heads for easy lamp changing.
Designed for use with E27 lamps up to a maximum wattage of 40.
IP54 rated, thick weatherproof gaskets make this perfect for outdoor use.
|Number Of Lamps||1|
|Lamp Type||E27 (ES) Base Mains Lamps|
|Dimmable?||Yes - on standard dimmer |
(TRIAC or leading edge)
|Construction||Brass - Satin|
|Wiring Details||Class 1 - Requires an Earth Connection|
I am intetested in the Marine Brass light. We live at an extremely exposed coastal area yards from the sea. Will this lights corrode, pot mark or discolour (turn green).
Can this be fixed to a corner bracket in the same way as the weatherpoof well light?
Do these come with a PIR?
Are all components fully salt resistant? We live right by the Atlantic coast and everything gets covered in salt spray during storms. Are all the bolts, nuts and component fully salt resistant?
Like the product but wonder why max 40w. Is it bright enough for porch light?