See more Light Shades
Colours Payton Satin Nickel effect Fisherman's Light shade (D)280mm
The nickel effect gives this light shade an industrial feel and the fisherman style design will add a vintage touch to your home.
- Bulb sold seperately
|Maximum bulb wattage||42W|
|Room use||Bedroom & living room|
Trouble with mass production
Adam41 - 1 year ago
This was purchased as the finishing point of a room refurbishment. Whilst the style would be perfect sadly whats in the box was less than satisfactory. The glass was too big for the fittings and the thread was too small for the fixing bolts. A total waste of money. Others have been happy but I fear it is pot luck what you’ll find.
Stylish light shade
LHG - 3 years ago
We bought this a few weeks ago and it looks great. It offers excellent value for money as it looks much more expensive than it was. The nickel finish is very stylish. Would definitely recommend this light shade.
Andreajj - 3 years ago
I bought 3 of these fittings and they really do look far more expensive than the £35 really nice quality and look great, very easy to install. I read the reviews regarding the sticky labels and thought it can't be that hard removing labels, how wrong can one person be, the top clear plastic coating comes off in one piece leaving the paper sticker in tact which must be stuck on with super glue, I tried everything including Brillo pads gently, which helped but still left a slight discolouration where the stickers were. Overall great lighting. But you need to review your sticky labels
Mildly irritated - 4 years ago
Aesthetically pleasing, I bought four but it took me an entire afternoon to remove the three stickers per light (I did three of them) & there is still some sticky residue there, it also became apparent that the white enamel that I was trying to remove them from was quite easy to damage.
Nice looking fitting
MartW - 4 years ago
Love the quality and look, its just a shame that the stickers on the underside of the lamp that you can see from underneath are impossible to remove, I actually had to take the first lamp that I bought back as the paint came of when I removed the stickers and now we have to live with the stickers on to avoid damaging another lamp.