Handmade In Portugal by the finest craftsmen the Delightfull Coltrane Suspension Light is a light of the utmost quality and style. Crafted from the best quality iron and stainless steel, the Coltrane offers the possibility of inclining the angle and height of the piece quickly for a different look.
Inspired by Jazz star John Coltrane, the “Coltrane” pays tribute and takes inspiration from the innovative and expressive music of the man. Indeed, the Delightfull designers have taken the powerful connections created by John Coltrane and embedded into a design that will outstand time. Each set is composed with 1 tube (2x G9 halogen bulbs per tube 40w).
The Coltrane is the light of choice for stunning venues such as the Paramount hotel in New York and more. With this light, you are able to create a similarly stunning atmosphere. As with all Delightfull lights, the Coltrane is a light of impecible quality, as such is likely to become a family heriloom appreciated for many a generation.
As well as a suspension light, the Coltrane comes in a variety of other styles including a: floor lamp, wall light and more.
Width: 19,68" | 50 cm
Height: 0,78" | 2 cm
Depth: 1,96" | 5 cm
Width: 39,37" | 100 cm
Diam 3,15" | 8 cm
Steel Cords & Magnet Disc (per tube) | Canopy: Stainless Steel | Body: Iron
Aprox. 5 kg | 11 lbs (per tube)
2x g9 Halogen Bulbs per tube 40W (included)
Delightfull's Lighting reflects a personality, a frame of mind, strong emotions present in each detail. Masterpieces are created through the hand crafting with passion and emotion, which is clearly present in every Delightful light.
Deligtfull Mission: DESIGN UNIQUE LAMPS
Our Vision: “Delightfull's vision is focused in the best combination of high quality design and high quality handwork. With these unique pieces we fulfil spaces not only with illumination but also with a strong presence through a design piece. What to Expect Delightfull's world is ambience, history, moments that stay forever through lighting pieces created with wisdom and passion for craftsmanship of our artisans. It's a know-how culture combining a past Heritage of handwork and an attention to emerging needs”.