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Hazledine Vintage Wire Lampshade Frame

Regular price £29.95 £0.00 Unit price per
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This wire lampshade frame oozes the urban glamour of the industrial chic revolution, but retains the shape of a traditional lampshade. It is small enough to be utilised as part of a cluster group or to embrace the growing trend for grouped lighting. Themes and design ideas collide in this traditional yet surreptitiously modern piece of craftsmanship, ideal as a way to incorporate the vintage factory feeling into any room or space. One of the smallest of our range of industrial chic lighting. 

Dimensions: 19cm (H) x 24cm (W)

Fitting: Continental (40mm).  We will supply a plastic reducer with each frame, so you are able to convert the fitting to a UK (29mm) if necessary. However please note that we can only supply reducers in white, but the fact that it does not match the wire frame colour should not be detrimental as the electrical fitting will largely obscure the reducing washer.

Surface finish: We powder coat all frames to achieve the colours and ensure consistency. Although they are durable, they are not intended for use outdoors and will not withstand large periods of time exposed to the elements. Please be aware that because of the powder coating process there will be a small hook mark on the frames. These are not faults, simply a result of the manufacturing process. We do our best to ensure that any marks are in discreet places and therefore barely noticeable.

The 'Factory' colour is not powder coated and is the bare metal, which exposes to weld marks and further enhances the industrial chic aesthetic.

This product is named after William Hazledine (1763 - 1840), he was a pioneering English ironmaster and his skill in large iron castings was crucial to the success of the projects of several pioneering engineers and architects.