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The 2nd Part of our new advertising Images featuring the Jamb Wall Lights.
15 April 2016

In this week’s blog we share with you the second part of our advertising campaign illustrating examples of our Jamb wall lights.

We currently have fifteen wall lights in our range alongside our globe and hanging lanterns and we are currently just completing a new range of more affordable wall lighting that will be launching very soon, including some smaller models of our existing wall lights, for example the Bradshaw.

Simon in action.

It is always a pleasure working with our photographer Simon Upton and the creative team. There is nothing Simon wouldn’t do to get the perfect shot. His tenacity and professionalism was certainly tested a few years ago when he dropped a marble fireplace Jamb on his toe and insisted that he could carry on ( we sent him immediately to hospital). This shoot luckily wasn’t so dramatic and involved just a gentle ascension up a ladder here and there, as seen above, with Simon photographing our Benson Wall Lantern.

A pair of our Verity wall lights in the walled garden.

Most of our lights are suitable for interior or exterior environments shown here with a pair of our Verity wall lights in antique verdigris photographed against the aged lichen wall. The Verity design is drawn from the decorative style of the late eighteenth-century and the Grecian revival of the early twentieth century. It is available in many different finishes including antique brown bronze, and distressed gilt.

The Fulton wall light in antique verdigris.

The Fulton, an Italianate wall light in Verdigris, has a far more whimsical and feminine feel. It is also available in most finishes including Antique silver and Winter green.

A pair of our Letchworth wall lights.

A pair of Letchworth wrought iron wall lights are shown here. In it’s own finish, it is again perfect for interiors or exteriors. With a brass candle holder and reflector at the centre of it’s design, it is also available in every finish.

The natural light was beautiful and the contrast of finishes could not have worked better against the exquisite worn surfaces. When creating a shoot there are so many unknowns and it is always a relief when the day passes without event!