The deep bowl shade of the Wesco was first found hanging as warehouse lighting in the early 20th century. These warehouse shades were built with a certain integrity, meaning carefully hand-crafted from high quality materials. They were originally manufactured to withstand a variety of conditions, including exposure to flying debris. Warehouse lighting often featured wire cages or guard and glass covers to protect the bulbs. This classic look is now available as a gooseneck wall light, able to illuminate both interior and exterior spaces.
Modern deep bowl gooseneck lighting is built with that same durability in mind, able to be installed in both interior and exterior applications. Made from commercial-grade materials, this wall lighting is perfect to brighten kitchen sinks and bedrooms. With a variety of gooseneck arm angles available, the Wesco is capable of meeting the needs of any space.
There are a lot of other customization options available in addition to the gooseneck arms. The wire cage and guard and glass cover enhances the nostalgic vibe. With a wide variety of finish colors available, a unified look can be created. This gooseneck wall lighting is perfect for both homes and businesses.
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|08" Shade: W 8" x H 8.25" | Guard and Glass Not Available|
|10" Shade: W 10" x H 9" | Guard and Glass Not Available|
|12" Shade: W 12" x H 9.75"|
|14" Shade: W 14" x H 11.25"|
|16" Shade: W 16" x H 12.75"|
|20" Shade: W 20 ¼" x 16.25"|
Please Note: No metal fixture, no matter the finish, is guaranteed against corrosion especially in salt air environments. If your fixtures will be installed in a location near salt water or with extreme weather conditions, we recommend routine and careful maintenance of your lighting including a mild soap-and-water wash and gentle buffing to help maintain the finish.
For copper and brass, the optional finishes are applied by hand, meaning slight variations may occur from shade to shade. Due to atmospheric conditions during the manufacturing process, additional discrepancies from the photos shown above are possible.