Meena Pendant Light

£69.95

£34.98

SKU Code: NLS4/41
Availability: In stock

A beautiful ceiling light made from recycled metal with either matt black or copper flame paint to give a gorgeous antique look. This sustainable pendant is totally unique and a great statement piece.


These fabulous, handmade lights feature a delicate cut out pattern that creates a stunning lighting effect when turned on.


Comes with a ceiling rose and all necessary fittings to make installation as easy as possible.


The light fittings all meet EU electrical standards.


Approx. Dimensions: 52.5 x 24 x 24 cm

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Our Meena light shades are hand made from recycled metal which is given a black or copper powder coating.

They are hand made by the artisans at W.F.T.O. members Noah's Ark, India, who work with recycled metal to create the stunning designs.

The light fittings all meet EU electrical standards.

Noahs Ark Making a differenceThese products are made by Noah's Ark.

Noah's Ark are a fantastic Fair Trade organisation and work with some very talented producer groups. Their products are incredibly well made and the founder, Samuel, is an inspirational man.

Noah's Ark's mission is to commit themselves and the producer groups they work with to Fair Trade principles with the goal of changing the lives of grass root artisans. Their focus on education and capacity building enables the people they support to become more aware of fair working conditions and the environment in order to prove the value, cultural heritage and beauty of their   handmade products. The longer-term effect is that they are working collectively towards poverty eradication.

Noah's Ark are members of the WFTO (World Fair Trade Organisation) and Fair Trade Forum India. They work with around 49 different artisan groups, involving approximately 500 artisans.

You can buy these products happy in the knowledge that you are directly helping the people who have made them.

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