The Observatory pendant light

The Observatory pendant light

The Observatory a standout of note! A little bit ‘rough’ around the edges but with a ‘soft’ centre, this original design will get heads turning and tongues wagging… We love this attention grabbing latest addition to our Southern Suburbs range. Order yours today!

R1,200.00

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The Observatory pendant light

The Observatory is a standout. A little bit ‘rough’ around the edges but with a ‘soft’ centre, this original design will get heads turning and tongues wagging. Our customers love this attention-grabbing latest addition to our Southern Suburbs range.

Assemble the Observatory pendant light yourself (or opt to collect already assembled)

Your light fitting will be shipped flat-packed with instructions on how to put it all together. No glue or screws are required because the pieces simply slot into one another. We have also included a 5ocm electrical cord with bayonet bulb fitment attachment.

Colour Options

All the wooden pendant lights shown here are available for online purchase in natural. However, our designs are also available in a range of colours. The most popular choices are black, copper, rose gold, silver and a soft antique white stain. Unfortunately, our website does not support colour options (yet), so please contact us with your preferred colour choice.

The finer detail

  • Shown here and available for online purchase in natural only
  • Original in-house design
  • Precision laser-cut from 3mm wood (MDF)
  • The Observatory is 39cm in width and 35cm in height once assembled
  • The Observatory design consists of 26 pieces including 24 vertical bones and 2 wheels (pieces are shrink-wrapped and carefully packaged for shipping)

Check out Eurolux’s range of carbon filament light bulbs which pair perfectly with an AssembLIT light fitting.

Proudly designed and manufactured in Cape Town, South Africa #shoplocal

Additional information

Dimensions 39 × 39 × 35 cm

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