Founded in the late 19th century, the Benjamin Electric Co. made lighting that, at its pinnacle, would illuminate Westminster Abbey for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II and which earned it the accolade of being 'without equal' in the design of commercial lighting.
This pair of fine green and white enameled industrial lights have a traditional bell housing and tapered neck. They are fully glazed with the glass retained by a stylish rounded metal collar with multiple bolt fixings.
One of the lamps has its original 'Benjamin' stamped mounting plate - the other sadly does not.
Distinctly superior to your average enamel 'barn light' - this may be just what you've been looking for?