Any Old Lights recently supplied a swathe of lighting and maritime collectables for the latest JD Wetherspoons project, The Lord High Constable of England pub/restaurant at Gloucester Docks. These included original ship’s aluminium and brass ceiling pendants, new aluminium and brass passageway lights, brass wall lights, imposing gatelights over the bar, as well as original portholes in the toilets, a ship’s telegraph, brass ship’s telephone, Brown Bros brass ship’s wheel and our wonderful 1900s brass ship’s foghorn, bought off a local chap who hobbies in his garden shed.

We’ve pinned a series of photographs to a board on our Pinterest site – do have a look.

We’ve worked with architects, designers and building management to supply lighting for restaurants and offices, from Soho House to local Chinese takeaways, and this is our largest project to date. If you’re in the market for similar, we promise friendly and efficient service (as well as bulk discounts) and, if we don’t already stock it, we’re pretty sure we can find it for you. Get in touch.

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