This industrial light comprises flameproof casing and glass, with a green enamel shade with a light blue cast steel gallery. The piece has been fully rewired with modern electrical components and was produced around the 1950s in England. The red braided cable is 120 cm long, as is the steel suspension chain, and it requires E27 bulbs. There are two steel suspension hooks and two ceiling hooks, and it will be disassembled for transport. Victor lighting has been manufacturing lighting for use in deep mines and arduous industrial environments since 1929. It´s flameproof lighting with a simple servicable design is considered by many to be some of the best industrial lighting produced. This light was salvaged from Truman´s Black Eagle Brewery in east London. First founded in 1679 it then became the largest brewery in the world by the mid 1800s and is referenced in Charles Dickens´ novel David Copperfield. The site was developed in the 1990s and 2000s and this piece was part of a run of lights from the back part of the brewery, where it was taken down and was in storage since.