This pure pendant fixture can be considered a perfect mix of materials. Its enamel base is connected to the lightly corroded cast-iron top, which gives a little authentic touch to this clean and delicate piece. The led bulb is covered with a screwable glass cover.
The Pirkin fixtures originate from a deserted factory near Sofia, Bulgaria. As the lights have been found in a fairly dry storage area, all components are in good condition.
Dimensions Height: 43 cm Diameter: 40 cm Weight: 5,0 Kg
This former C.C.C.P. mining lamp was manufactured to light tunnels deep underground. The conical fitting is composed of a bakelite top with unique rough-cast aluminum clasps. The lamp is fitted with its original prismatic lens.
Origin Soviet Union
Dimensions Height: 30 cm Diameter: 16 cm Weight: 1,5 Kg
This lamp has a very pure and straightforward appearance. It consists of only two parts which are air-tight connected by three centimetres of screw-thread. The fixture was most likely produced in the former Soviet Union. Like many explosion-proof lights, the Silva was specially designed to be used in buildings with hazardous materials, such as bunkers or ammunition storages.
The glass dome is part of the cast aluminum casing.
Available in black and grey
Dimensions Height: 33 cm Diameter: 18cm Weight: 4.4 Kg