Brass flower light with 3 flowers in the style of Willy Daro by Massive, 1970`s ca, Belgian. Thoroughly cleaned, fully rewired, in full working order & ready to use. This vintage ceiling light consists of a group of 3 gold tone brass flowers on a circular brass plated base. It would work equally well as a large wall light. The sculptural design in quality textured brass would suit a range of interiors such as Art Deco, Traditional, Hollywood Regency, Minimalist or Contemporary. Each individual flower is made up of 6 quality cast naturalistic textured leaves on a gold gilt frame and stem, which attaches to the circular base. The gold brass tone reflects a warm light creating depth and interesting reflections. The centre of each light is finished playfully with a brass lamp holder perfect for fitting a decorative Gold Crown light bulb. A decorative finial finishes the light at the centre. Each lamp holder carries 1 small standard screw light bulb E14 up to 40 watts. Presently fitted with Gold Crown light bulbs of 40 Watts, as photographed. Alternatively it could fit any other bulb shape for a different look. These 3 light bulbs are included in the price and future replacements are available in most lighting shops or online. The assembly and fitting to the ceiling is simple; a metal bracket screws at the centre of the circular frame to a metal threaded rod behind the decorative finial. The bracket has 2 holes itself through which it is screwed to the ceiling. All the petals are removable for safe transport, on each light there are two sets of 3 leaves attached to a ring that screws to the lamp holder. The quality frame is in excellent condition with a warm antique patina in line with age. We have at Roomscape available in stock, a matching complementary light in bronze tone, item # 10966 as photographed. Additional dimensions: Each flower has a diameter of 22 cm.The circular base has a diameter of 19 cm. Packing is offered free of charge. We take special professional care while packing. For safe transport the petals would be removed and individually wrapped as would the brass base. Together these pieces would fit nicely into a box for shipping.MASSIVE LIGHTING HISTORY - Massive Lighting or `Lustrerie Massive` was founded in 1926 in Belgium. For much of its history the company was family run and in 2000 was honoured as `the best lamp producer of the year`. Massive Lighting was known for high quality and original designs which vary between Classic and Modernist styles. In 2008 the company became part of Phillips Corporation.