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Discussion in 'Landscape Lighting' started by INTEGRA Bespoke Lighting, Feb 18, 2009.
Hi Guys... Anyone recognize these fixtures? I would like to figure out the Manufacturer.
Hmm 31 Views and nobody recognizes these? The mystery continues....
Nope......but that has to be the shortest path light I have ever seen!
I suggested something like that as a fixture idea to Bill about 5 years ago.... I've never actually seen one like it...
It would have used the Scottliter "hat" though.
A pair of those side by side would look...kinda...ummm....interesting.
This is the closest thing I can think of but the teka would most likley be much better built. That looks like a pathlight someone modified to wall mount.
Looks like a coopermoon path light top fabbed(is fabbed not a word?) up to a flat plate with socket
Got it! Thanks to a distributor who reads Lawnsite; they sent me an email.
It is an AuroraLight 'San Clemente' fixture.
Gotta love the simplicity of the thing.
Gregg... Read your NS Nightbull feed.
Hi James... already responded to NB earlier in the day. I made a suggestion that the Infinityliter top might work well to do the same thing... then I thought some more and wondered if the smaller diam. of the Versaliter top might be better for the same textured look.
Sweet little sconce. Aurora has some interesting offerings.