We're getting all nostalgic in this months newsletter, with some familiar old faces
from the past coming back into stock.
When we started out in this business we spent most of our time sourcing salvaged industrial
light fittings from factories across the UK, mostly in the Midlands and the North of England.
We had some fantastic hauls of lighting - Longbridge, Fort Dunlop, some massive mills and factories
in Manchester and surrounding areas.
It seemed like the flow of mid-century British industrial lighting would never end, but it did.
Well it didn't completely end, but it did seriously slow up as the old factories disappeared and as
more people cottoned on to the value of these beautiful lights.
We've since got distracted salvaging the lighting jewels of the communist bloc, but we do
still keep an eye out on the home front.
So it's very nice to welcome back some runs of classic British industrial lighting.
New in are some rare Benjamin down lights with convex glass diffusers and also some original
We also have a fabulous run of cast-aluminum Maxlume pendants and a large quantity of original GEC
bulkhead wall lights with unusual glass fascias.
There's more in the wings, so keep an eye on the website into the New Year.