Pludelux Cast Iron Pavement Light, Lightwell Victorian 1850s, Hahward Bros. Hayward Brothers Patent Cast Iron Pavement Light Known as the Pludelux. In 1857 Hayward Brothers started to produce cast iron pavement lights glazed with rough cast glass. Width: 129.5xm/ 51 X 117.7cm/ 46 3/8 inches.
Depth: 5cm (metal) + 4cm (glass sticks out at back). They originally started 1848 with their main products being ironwork: ranges, stoves, coal plates, circular and spiral staircases, and ventilators.
Was made for Union Street London. Designed to light up basements and cellars. 3 corners are knocked on the cast iron grid and the glass has damage although they are so thick I would say it is still effective at its intended use. On the back one of the pieces of glass has knocked off. Apart from the corners being knocked there looks to be no damage on the cast iron.Cash on collection, or I can liaise with a courier. Please see photos for full condition, I cant guarantee full water tightness. The item "Pludelux Cast Iron Pavement Light, Lightwell Victorian 1850s, Hahward Bros" is in sale since Monday, January 4, 2021. This item is in the category "Antiques\Architectural Antiques\Garden".
The seller is "recondite-finds" and is located in Boston, Lincolnshire. This item can't be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.