An exquisitely intricate frame crosses over the tinted cylindrical glass which houses E14 lampholders. All seven designs in the Harberton range are available in either a matt grey or polished chrome finish with cognac glass or oiled bronze and polished chrome frame with amber glass. The spotlights, linear pendant, 1 and 3 light pendants all follow fairly standard compositions whereas the round pendant 4 light has an innovative feature. The lampholders are situated at either end of two bars which can be pivoted and turned showing art imitating function replicating a baton concept for increased adjustability.
We aim to dispatch all orders within 3-7 working days of receipt, subject to payment clearance and stock availability. If we are unable to dispatch items within this time, the customer will be notified of the likely delivery date and given the option of proceeding with the order, or cancelling.
Before returning any goods to us, please contact Dusk Lights via firstname.lastname@example.org. We will then issue you with a returns authorisation number.
All goods must be returned in their original condition with all of the original undamaged packaging and in an outer postal box within 14 days of receiving your order.
Dusk Lights will not pay for any unwanted goods to be returned. Goods may be returned by courier or by registered post, and this cost must be met by the customer.
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