6 Mar 2016 20:50 UTCSun 6 Mar 2016 - 8:50 pm UTC
Where can I buy the wall lighting used in Sir Malcolm Murray's house?
I suspect this *kind* of lighting is not difficult to find, but the particular lighting here seems higher quality than most I have seen, which could be down to the glass.
6 Mar 2016 21:02 UTCSun 6 Mar 2016 - 9:02 pm UTC
Are you asking about the wall-hung lights or ceiling-hung, or both?
And how precise a fit? Is this close enough?
6 Mar 2016 21:52 UTCSun 6 Mar 2016 - 9:52 pm UTC
The wall lights.
And a pretty precise fit. The type of light is common. But I am betting these are not $77 lights (by the way, the Magritte lights were $1,600). The difference between something that looks beautiful and something that you can buy anywhere will be a few hundred dollars at least.
In the foreground here, you can see a little more detail about the arm: https://ozgeburcaka.files.wordpress.com/2014/06/avlcsnap-2014-06-02-16h11m07s200.png?w=620
6 Mar 2016 23:34 UTCSun 6 Mar 2016 - 11:34 pm UTC
I thought this article might be of interest though it doesn't tell you where to buy the lights:
Blood, sweat and fears on the set of Penny Dreadful
Behind the scenes of this ‘big, gaudy, lurid sort of show’, the prosthetics, wardrobe and props departments are the real stars. The squeamish need not apply
As for the props department, it’s like one giant warehouse crammed with antiques. There are dozens of chandeliers, chairs, sets of crystal and china, rugs, picture frames, chests of drawers, piles of books – and that’s only one small part of it all.
6 Mar 2016 23:45 UTCSun 6 Mar 2016 - 11:45 pm UTC
What do you think of this one? I located it by adding the word "expensive" to my search terms :)
Nizua Cristal Bathroom Wall Sconce with Globe
It's labelled as a "Bathroom Sconce", but that may just mean that it's moisture-rated.
7 Mar 2016 01:15 UTCMon 7 Mar 2016 - 1:15 am UTC
Restoration Hardware is the perfect place to find similar wall sconces to the one you have pictured:
11 Sep 2016 21:19 UTCSun 11 Sep 2016 - 9:19 pm UTC