• Antique wood ceiling lamp with indirect lighting ~ 80 cm
  • Antique wood ceiling lamp with indirect lighting ~ 80 cm
  • Antique wood ceiling lamp with indirect lighting ~ 80 cm
  • Antique wood ceiling lamp with indirect lighting ~ 80 cm
  • Antique wood ceiling lamp with indirect lighting ~ 80 cm

Antique wood ceiling lamp with indirect lighting ~ 80 cm

  • Wood length approx. 80 cm, wood width approx. 17 cm
  • Article number: 1060129
  • 420,00 Incl. tax

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  • Availability: In stock
  • Delivery time: 4 -5 days

Information

Ceiling lamp made of antique half-timbered beams

This ceiling lamp was made from an antique beam. The rustic wooden surface was left natural. The lamp has a wood length of approx. 77 cm and a width of approx. 16 cm.

The high-performance LEDs in warm white emit an even and glare-free light downwards. The indirect lighting through a skylight sets a special accent.

 

Wood length approx. 80 cm
Wood width approx. 17 cm
Wood thickness approx. 5 cm

Ceiling spacing approx. 9 cm
Weight approx. 4 kg
Ceiling connection housing, metal, matt nickel
Luminous intensity lower light 2400 lumens = corresponds to approx. Three 60 watt standard lamps
Light intensity skylight 800 lumens = corresponds to approximately a 60 watt standard lamp
Light color 2900 Kelvin = corresponds to the warm light of an incandescent lamp
the luminaire is sold with a light source of energy class A +
The LED lamps in the luminaire can be replaced by us or a specialist company

 

 

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The luminaire can optionally be supplied with a remote control and built-in dimming module.

With this remote control, the light can be switched and continuously dimmed. The surcharge is € 48.

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