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Right from the bridge of a 1940s Navy destroyer. Heavy cast bronze and aluminum, it must be nautical. Is part of its appeal that it‘s just engineered, not designed? Form follows function. Balanced on a surveyor‘s tripod. Looking like a million dollars, it smells of salt and sea while managing to convey cool and modern. It‘s salvage, vintage salvage. And it translates into sophisticated home decor. Includes:
Brass body, bronze finish
Inside reflector, center screen
Molded industrial glass
Heavy aluminum cast cradle, hand polished
Brass mounting plate
Floor dimmer, UL/CE approved wiring
Antique brass compass
Tri-arm locking mechanism
Light is 11.75 inches in diameter, 13 inches tall, and 7.75 inches deep
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