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Item code: 20601
The Provence Rise-and-Fall Pendant uses a simple pulley system to allow easy height adjustment after installation, and is stylish too, with a stunning antique brass finish.
The Provence Rise-and-Fall Pendant comes from Elstead Lighting, with a design that can be traced back at least 80 or 90 years to France. Unlike most pendants, a ‘rise and fall’ fitting allows easy height adjustment after installation. Raising the shade creates a more widely dispersed light for general illumination, whilst lowering it produces a more focused light for purposes such as dining.
Sporting a beautiful antique brass finish, the Provence Rise-and-Fall Pendant has a rustic look that will embellish any traditional kitchen or dining room. Supplied with a corded cable, the shade has an impressively long maximum drop of 1800mm. A lampshade hanging low over a dining table helps to create a feeling of personal space and intimacy, and is useful when playing this role in a busy café or restaurant environment.
The Provence Rise-and-Fall Pendant requires a 100W GLS bulb (sold separately) with an E27 Edison Screw cap.
Since incandescent bulbs have been mostly phased out by EU legislation, Lyco recommend an energy-saving halogen bulb as an inexpensive alternative. This uses 20-30% less energy than an incandescent bulb, and typically lasts twice as long.
For extra eye-catching effect, a decorative filament bulb may be used. This differs from an ordinary bulb with its attractively patterned filament. Many such bulbs also have a warmer-than-average colour temperature, which creates an especially relaxing light.
The dimensions of the Provence Rise-and-Fall Pendant are:
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