This vintage design takes its inspiration from the traditional 1920s schoolhouse lamps. With their clean, utilitarian lines and practical light-diffusing shades, hard-working schoolhouse lights were a popular choice anywhere good task and ambient light was needed. Today, schoolhouse-style fixtures are still appreciated for their timeless good looks and are a sure way to add retro flair to kitchens, baths, and other light-starved areas of the house.
The glass shades are crafted by the glass blowers of a traditional European glass factory. Once the glass has been blown into its final shape, by means of a blowpipe and iron moulds, it is placed into an annealing oven, controlling its cooling down to prevent any cracking.
Bulb not included.
This lamp is fixed to the ceiling with a metal bracket. The screws that serve to attach the bracket to the lamp are included.
The screws used to attach the bracket to the ceiling/wall are not included because the type of screw depends on the material of the wall or ceiling (concrete, brick, plasterboard, wood).
Brass is an alloy consisting predominantly of zinc and copper. It is a material that has always been appreciated for its resistance and its almost golden colour. Over time, shiny brass will oxidize naturally and become matt.
|Material||Brass / Glass|
|Designed by zangra in||2018|
|Lamp holder type||E27|
|Light bulb type||max Ø 8 cm|
|Wattage||max 6 W LED|
|Voltage||AC 230 V|
|Frequency||~ 50 Hz|
|Safety class||Class 1|
|Interaxial distance||5 cm|
|Dimensions wall or ceiling rose||Ø 10 cm x 2,4 cm|
|Dimensions of glass shades|