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“Balmoral” Copper Victorian Double Head Lamp Post

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About Item

The simplistic elegance of this pairing offers an understated sense of majesty that is both refined and truly striking. The duo of copper lights has been mounted on to elaborately detailed brackets which are finished in a charmingly contrasting black.

The polished and lacquered beauty of the lanterns is stunning in any season and looks even more spectacular once illuminated. 

To be installed, tested and certified by a qualified tradesperson, your tradesperson may make product adaptations where required.


Dimensions & Technical Specification

Technical Specification:

  • Anchor Bolts: M10 with 10mm thread
  • Bulb Type: dusk till dawn sensor bulb (supplied)
  • Wattage: 60-70 Watts is Optimum, 200 Watts Max
  • Pad Size: between 2-3ft squared (approx)
  • Guarantee: 10-year structural guarantee 
  • Amp Rating:  2amp
  • Bulb Holder: bayonet cap BC22
  • Material: solid cast iron and copper
  • Supplied in ‘Signal Black’ Base Paint Finish - RAL 9004

The Facts:

  • Perspex panes, a stronger and safer alternative to glass
  • Two heavy duty brass bulb holders, suitable for use with energy efficient bulbs - ready for wiring
  • Solid brass connection nuts which attach the lantern to the frog bracket
  • Both lanterns have built-in reflector plates, which direct light downwards to create a lovely ambience. 
  • Due to the lantern heights, this is perfect for areas which require a large radius of light
  • Our Lamp Posts all have a 10-year guarantee. 
  • All our lamp posts are finished in a signal black.
  • Two Free Dusk till Dawn Energy Efficient Bulbs, guaranteed for 8 years. 
  • Free mainland UK Delivery. 

Dimensions (approximate):
Frog Collar Dia: 80mm
Weight: 100kg
Total Height (inc Lanterns): 3.8m 

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For information on caring for your lamp post click here.

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