A traditionally styled, hand crafted, single spot light, our Curtis Spot combines the practicality of a spot light with the beauty of our Club Wall Light, with which it shares a similarly shaped shade. The Curtis is ideally suited as a down lighter for your kitchen, bedroom or living room as well as spaces with high ceilings where you can angle the beam to illuminated dark corners, nooks and crannies and accentuate architectural features. The Curtis has a pretty spun shade, raised edge and visible braided cable that gives it a retro feel that would suit a contemporary home as much as it would a period one.
The Curtis is scaled to work in a small space as well as a large one and features a head that can be angled through 90 degrees and rotated through 350 degrees so you can focus your light wherever you want it. All Jim Lawrence
lights are made using traditional metal working techniques and are hand finished to the very highest standards here at our Suffolk workshop.
- We recommend our GU10 LED Spot bulb as a great choice to accompany any of our spotlights. It instantly lights to full strength, has a lovely warm white beam and has a 36 degree beam which has a wider reach than most spot bulbs.
- This is a flush fitting spotlight so you may need to use our Georgian Lighting Pattress with the backplate if you cannot hide the wiring in a wall cavity - see Our Backplates Explained.
Bulb Holder: GU10
Fitting Option: Suitable for European use as supplied with GU10 fitting
Dimensions: 9.00W x 18.06 H x 8.00D (cm)
Knowledge Base Guides
Lighting Your Home
How to Clean Brass & Copper
Wall Lights Fitting Guide
Our Flush fitting Backplates Explained
Antique Brass: A beautiful, natural finish produced by gently distressing the brass to create a soft patina that is then treated with antiquing solution to speed up the natural tarnishing process and create a lovely aged look that will darken naturally over time. Antiqued Brass is an incredibly versatile finish that works well with any colourway and natural building materials such as brick, stone, plaster or woodwork and looks equally at home in a modern property as it does a period one.