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Darby Vintage Balloon Cage Lamp

Regular price £8.99 Sale price £24.95 Unit price per
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This surprisingly elegant spiral wire frame light is a beautiful and unique interpretation of the industrial chic trend. The sweeping curve of the struts gently encompasses the lightbulb, highlighting the unusual design. This delicate and ornate wire frame is a subtle way to integrate the industrial chic design ideal into your space, especially if you are keen to achieve a more polished look. Our Darby industrial cage lamp will work great in a bar or restaurant, or as a statement piece in your home.

Dimensions: 253mm (H) x 170mm (W)

Fitting: In common with most frames of this style the fitting is a clamp made of two halves secured by two screws. Most suitable for fitting to E27 bulb holder. 

Do you have a UK fitting? Don't fret, you can still use this light cage without needing to change a think! Simply add our E27 to UK Adaptor for a hassle free conversion!

Surface finishThe 'workshop' colour is uncoated bare grey steel, exposing the weld marks which enhances the industrial chic aesthetic. This is the option to choose if you want to age the frame and allow rust to bloom. 

We coat frames to achieve other colours and ensure consistency. Although they are durable, they are not intended for use outdoors and will not withstand periods of time exposed to the elements. Please be aware that because of the 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.

This product was named after Abraham Darby (1678-1717), who developed a method of producing pig iron. His descendants (Abraham Darby II and III) also worked with iron.