Heavy Duty Nautical Ceiling Light
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Click on the photo to see additional views of this vintage nautical ceiling light with brass deflector cover.
This original nautical ceiling light with brass deflector cover will extend down from the mount surface by about 9 inches. To access the bulb, you spin off the brass cage and the glass globe. The top of the nautical ceiling light with brass deflector cover has three mounting legs. The cover is removable.
The new bulb holder takes a normal screw in house bulb of 75 watts or less. We drilled an exit hole on the top of the light that allows the wiring to not be seen after installation. The new wiring will work with any voltage under 250 volts. The two conduit holes on the front of the light have had brass plugs installed.
Give us a call at 574-870-1571 to order this nautical ceiling light with brass deflector cover in stock.
Quantity: 2 Pieces in Stock
Click on the photo to see additional views of this beautiful reclaimed polished brass pendant light.
We started out with a reclaimed brass nautical ceiling light. Once the original light was polished, we fitted it with an 8 1/4 inch wide polished brass deflector cover. The center hole on the top housing was threaded and a brass down rod was added. The down rod has a 3 1/4 inch ceiling mount plate with three mounting holes. This reclaimed polished brass pendant light will extend down from the ceiling about 14 inches and the total weight is about 4 1/2 pounds.
This reclaimed polished brass pendant light was then totally rewired with UL-Listed wiring with a ground wire and bulb holder that is rated for any voltage under 250 volts. The new bulb holder takes a common house bulb of 65 watts or less. To access the bulb, the deflector cover and undamaged glass globe spin off separately.
Great looking pendant light! When mounted, the light must point downward to avoid getting moisture inside the globe.
Please give us a call at 574-870-1571 to order this item number. And as always, shipping is free here in the continental US!
We have several pieces of this reclaimed polished brass pendant light in stock!
Quantity: 19 Pieces In Stock
Click on the photo to see additional views of this vintage nautical ceiling light w/ cover.
This light measures about 11 1/2 inches tall, and the added brass deflector cover is about 14 inches in diameter.
The light weighs about 20 pounds.
The 360 degree glass Fresnel lens measures about 8 1/2 inches in diameter and has minor edge flaking.
The ceiling mount has three holes that are about 4 3/4 inches on center of each other.
Note: The deflector cover is slightly bent.
The light was re-wired, including a ground wire. The porcelain bulb socket is UL-Listed and works with any voltage under 250 volts. Can take a common screw in house bulb of 75 watts or less.
The bulb socket can be accessed by removing the three wing nuts on the lid and opening it. It has the original rubber gasket.
Just one piece in stock so you will be shipped the vintage nautical ceiling light w/ cover shown in the photos.
Quantity: 1 Piece In Stock
Click on the photo to see additional views of this engine room ceiling light w/brass deflector cover.
This is an original engine room ceiling light to which we added the 8 inch wide brass deflector cover. This cast brass light will extend down from the ceiling by just about 9 inches when mounted. The cage spins on and off freely. The undamaged glass globe threads into the top section of the light.
The engine room ceiling light has been re-wired with all new UL-Listed parts that are rated for any voltage under 250 volts. We have also included a ground wire. The bulb holder takes a normal screw in house bulb of 75 watts or less, or you can use the newer compact fluorescent bulbs or LED lights with an Edison base.
This engine room ceiling light weighs about 5 1/2 pounds and can be used for interior or exterior lighting projects. The base of the light has three mounting legs. You will need a mounting surface that is about 6 inches wide. The original conduit holes have been fitted with threaded brass plugs and a new hole has been drilled on the top side to allow the wiring to exit right into the ceiling.
This is a used engine room ceiling light that was recovered during one our many different salvage operations. It will have minor surface wear from being used on a working vessel.
Quantity: 16 + Matched Pieces