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Gorilla Wall Light - Mouth Holds Bare Flexes
By Karman of Italy - Fantastic Design and Quality
Product Ref: 51885From £408.00 inc VAT
Some may find this gorilla weird and strange. Some may wonder why anyone would want him in a house. Some may be frightened of him, but to many he is just what they are looking for…
A light but also a piece of art. A light to draw attention and stand out from the crowd - definitely different. An interesting and unusual light fitting. Beauty really is in the eye of the beholder.
Designed with an expression of rage, this gorilla is breaking through the wall and ripping up one of our greatest inventions – light. Holding three strings of light the gorilla is meant to be a mark of protest, making us question what these fantastic creatures are capable of doing to their peers and surroundings.
With intricate detailing and available in a white or dark grey finish, this ceramic wall light really is thought-provoking. Install above your mantelpiece, near entrances to greet your guests or in your living rooms for that 'something different'. Ideal for both commercial and domestic settings.
Requires E27 base mains lamps up to 10 watts. Consider using with decorative lamps for a more interesting look. Why not mix and match shapes and styles?
|Number Of Lamps||3|
|Lamp Type||E27 (ES) Base Mains Lamps|
|Dimmable?||Yes - on standard dimmer |
(TRIAC or leading edge)
|Wiring Details||Class 1 - Requires an Earth Connection|
I really like this light fitting. May I ask how it attaches to the wall? I have a space that has a forwards slope and so im not sure that it will work?