Pair of 1960s Czech Zukov Suspended Hanging Wall Lights

Pair of hanging suspended pendant wall lights.  Designed by Antonín Junek and manufactured by Zukov, Valašské Meziříčí in Czechoslovakia during the 1960s/1970s.  The wall lights have been rewired with an antique brown silk braided flex which the opaline hand-painted black and white glass shades are suspended.  The height of the shades can be altered by moving the bronzed metal rod up and down the flex which also brings them closer to the wall depending on your requirements.  They also can be moved  from side to side.  The lights are suspended from a bronzed metal thin metal back plate which attaches to the wall easily.  The lights can be either plugged into the wall or hard wired.  The shades are suspended from an aluminium cap fitting with three clips inside which hold the shade in place.

The condition is very good but their design is quite rustic in feel.  1 x e14 small screw in lightbulbs are required in each light.  Rewired and in full working order.

Dimensions:  Shade Width: 14 cm Shade Height: 34 cm Maximum Depth: 53cm Wall Bracket Height: 32cm Width: 3cm


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