Jailhouse Antique Bronze Cage Pendant

From £89.76 £78
£9.99 standard delivery
  • Made to order and delivered within 3 - 4 weeks
  • Get it Tue, 18 June - Tue, 25 June
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Product description

The Jailhouse Antique Bronze Cage Pendant is absolutely gorgeous. It's the type of pendant light perfect for creating striking drama inside your space.

It is made with an antique brass finish including the ceiling rose as well as its lamp holder. You can fit a filament bulb inside to create a vintage industrial look.

Hang this on your living room or maybe put it up in the kitchen. It can also work in a lounge area or even in the bedroom as an accent and lighting piece.

Height: 18 cm
Depth: 10 cm
Including 1 meter plus flex cable for every suspension
*Does not include any lightbulb

Product code:MLP005PCBRZ
Colour tones:bronze
Made to order:Yes. This is a bespoke hand-made to order product.

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Mainland UK - standard delivery £9.99

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About the brand

Mullan Lighting was established in 2008 in an old Irish shoe factory by the now Design Director, Mike Treanor. It quickly brought life back not only to the factory building, but to the village in general, with some of the Mullan team moving into the newly restored houses. After 4 years in business, Mullan expanded their operations as they took over another abandoned factory in the UK just a few miles from Mullan village in County Tyrone.

Mullan is striving to be a permanent fixture for all your lighting needs. A mix of clean lines, along with vintage character and a dash of worldly flair make Mullan Lighting’s style both fun and ultimately timeless.

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