Yellow Ball Industrial Spotlights Sconce Lamps Scandinavian 1970s Aluminium Retro
Vintage Yellow Ball Industrial Spotlights Ceiling Wall Sconce Lamps. Price is for 2 lamps.
Authentic, original industrial spotlights from the 1970s/80s.
These are a rare and high quality item that was designed to be used in commercial settings.
They have been adapted to easily attach to walls/ceilings.
The balls tilt direction by a full 360 degrees.
Designed to be hard wired into the mains electrical system and operated via a wall-mounted light switch.
The ball is made of glossy yellow enamel/lacquer coated aluminium. The chrome arm is made of steel.
It is not known who made these but the stickers have a 'N' indicating that they were made in Norway.
Made in the 1970s or 1980s.
Completely refurbished and rewired, retaining the original ceramic lamp holder.
Approximately 23cm high including the base, 17cm wide at its widest point, and 14cm deep. They each weigh around 0.5kg.
Excellent fully working vintage condition with only very minor signs of age.
Fully refurbished, rewired and adapted for fixing directly to a ceiling/wall.
Designed to be hard wired into the mains electrical system and operated via a wall-mounted light switch. Needs to be fitted by someone suitably experienced with electrics.
They take E27 light bulbs, maximum 60w (not included). We have used a vintage-look LED filament G95 Radio Spiral bulbs in the photos. Because the housing is metal, and incandescent bulbs can get very hot, we recommend using LED/energy saving light bulbs, maximum 7w.
* If used in the USA/100/110/120v we recommend using energy saving/LED light bulbs. E26 bulbs should fit although because they are 1mm smaller you may need to completely turn the bulb to ensure it makes contact with the fitting.
Note that we have attempted to show and state the condition as accurately as possible but this is a pre-loved, vintage item and some minor signs of age and/or use are to be expected. There may also be slight variations in the colours shown due to lighting, the camera lens and the device the image is viewed through.