XL Benjamin 1950s Industrial Parabolic Factory Shade ~ Solid Light ~ Ceiling Pendant Dinning Room ~ Kitchen Table ~ Vintage Filament Bulb
XL Benjamin 1950s Industrial Parabolic Factory Shade ~ Solid Light ~ Ceiling Pendant Dinning Room ~ Kitchen Table ~ Vintage Filament Bulb
XL Benjamin 1950s Industrial Parabolic Factory Shade ~ Solid Light ~ Ceiling Pendant Dinning Room ~ Kitchen Table ~ Vintage Filament Bulb
XL Benjamin 1950s Industrial Parabolic Factory Shade ~ Solid Light ~ Ceiling Pendant Dinning Room ~ Kitchen Table ~ Vintage Filament Bulb
XL Benjamin 1950s Industrial Parabolic Factory Shade ~ Solid Light ~ Ceiling Pendant Dinning Room ~ Kitchen Table ~ Vintage Filament Bulb
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Benjamin XL 1950s Industrial Parabolic Solid Shade Pendant Set Light | Ceiling Dining Room Kitchen Table | Vintage 1 x Edison Filament Bulb Lamp

Regular price £149.99 Sale price £199.99
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Please Note: These Are Unique Individual Shades So There Is Only One Of This Item Available. 

The Classic 1950's Benjamin Shade, our style gives this iconic light a unique feel.
This epic light is perfect for all styles of interiors, including contemporary, vintage, coffee shop, bar, restaurant, farmhouse and loft.

Whats included:
1 x 1950’s Benjamin Shade
1 x Hanging fabric cable, with vintage style holder
1 x Metal ceiling rose & fixings
1 x Edison filament bulb

Drop height 100cm (to bottom of shade)

Width of ceiling rose 10cm

Shade details:

Height 28cm
Depth 32cm

Comes pre-wired, assembled & ready to use.

To use with dimmer systems:  
All of our pendants are dimmable, provided you use an appropriate bulb. Our bulbs provided are suitable for use with or without a dimmer.

Handmade by a fully qualified 17th Edition Electrician, so buy with confidence.

Manufacturer: Cryselco

The Crystal Electric Lighting Company (Crysleco) was founded in 1895 and based at the Kempston Works in Bedford. Originally established to manufacture Carbon and tungsten filament lamps. The company was privatised in 1898 and by the 1960s they were employing over 600 workers, by this time they’d expanded to manufacture electric light fittings with the first recorded mention of the Cryselco lamp shade appearing in 1961. After over 120 years of trading the company ceased operations in 2016.


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