Monthly Archives: March 2011

14) 1940’s Brass Warship Deck Light

An original 1940’s Brass Warship waterproof deck light, converted into a unique desk lamp. Originaly mounted on the outer decks of battle ships, these brass lamps have become real collectibles. The paint and grit has been completely removed to reveal … Continue reading

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13) 1950’s Kodak Photography Light

This is a 1950’s Kodak photography light. Originaly used as a handheld adjustable light in photography studio’s, it has been modified into an original floor standing designer home/office lamp. This one is actually my third custom Kodak lamp. I used … Continue reading

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12) 1960’s Strand patt 23 Production Theatre Light

Another beautiful English 60’s Strand pattern 23 theatre spot light. Polished and restored into a unique home office collectible investment piece. A classic body shape and a pleasure to restore. I was testing a new calico industrial buffing pad on … Continue reading

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11) Early 1920’s Production Theatre Light

By far theĀ oldest theatre light I have restored to date. This amazing piece was found in Tasmania and was in pretty rough shape even for its age. Firstly all the paint, grit, and grime were removed and then all the … Continue reading

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