Hector Dome Wall Lamp

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A British design classic in translucent bone china. With its moveable shade and smart cotton braided flex, the Hector wall light perfectly marries style and function. The Hector collection includes easy-to-position floor lamps and pendants

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The fitting has been recently updated to incorporate a metal backplate, which replaces the original ceramic version. It retains the same appearance and finish as the original, but benefits from being easier to install and offers greater longevity due to being produced from hard wearing powder coated metal.

The Hector Dome Wall Light is made of fine bone china, powder coated metal and satin chrome.

This wall light is intended to be hardwired and can come with a switch if desired.

Switched: 4.7" W x 8.5" D (maximum) x 5" Shade Height
No-Switch: 4.7" W x 8" D (maximum) x 5" Shade Height

UL Listed. 40W maximum wattage.

Made in the UK.

Standard Shipping

This item is shipped via Standard Shipping which is delivered via UPS.

Delivery charges are based on the total value of the merchandise shipped to each address. Shipping time is typically 3-5 business days.

Please Note: Items on backorder/out of stock will ship upon availability.

Further details can be found on our Shipping and Delivery page.

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Established in 1990, Original BTC manufactures relaxed, familiar lighting for traditional and contemporary homes. Hand-assembled in Oxford, England from the finest aluminum, chrome and bone china, the essential collection of table, floor, wall and pendant lights is instantly comfortable, unassumingly elegant and accessibly priced.

One of the forerunners of industrial style, founder Peter Bowles’ updated classics and original designs are inspired by traditional factory fittings, childhood toys and iconic 1940s design. With their neat styling and instantly classic feel, Original BTC lights can be spotted in the chicest of interiors, from Paris’ latest concept store, Merci, to Carrie Bradshaw’s New York apartment via Gordon Ramsay’s Maze and the new Daylesford Organic Café in Westbourne Grove.