Essex Wall features glass or fabric shade options with minimal metal detail. Glass available in Beach Amber, Ivory/Brown/Amber, and Surf White. Fabric available in Desert Clay or White. Shell glass available in Natural or White. Finish available in Antique Bronze, Satin Nickel or Chrome. Ambient up and down light. Available with halogen or LED lamp options. Halogen option includes one 120 volt, 60 watt JCD G9 halogen bulb. LED option includes 10 watt 2700K, 600 lumen LED module. ETL listed. ADA compliant. 7 inch width x 7.5 inch height x 4 inch depth.
Started in 1983 by Lightology founder Gregory Kay, Tech Lighting originally established its name as a leading designer of architectural lighting with its contemporary decorative fixtures and innovative low-voltage track lighting systems. Their earliest fixtures include MonoRail, Kable Lite, TwinRail and, later, T-trak. The Tech brand has since evolved, with a portfolio offering an expansive selection of lighting solutions for both residential and commercial applications.
Tech Lighting products span a wide variety of lighting categories, including low- and line-voltage decorative pendants, wall sconces, chandeliers, bath bars and bath lighting, picture lights, directional track heads and ceiling fixtures (both flush mount and suspension) all featuring timeless, original design.
You'll find Tech Lighting in homes with the most beautiful and innovative kitchens, bathrooms, foyers, dining rooms, family rooms and bedrooms, as well as in well-appointed restaurants, hotels, boutiques, offices and retail stores domestically and abroad.
Lightology is proud to offer the best pricing anywhere on Tech products, with fast and free shipping for our well-stocked Tech Lighting inventory. With our seasoned and knowledgeable staff possessing extensive experience and training in all Tech products, it naturally follows that we at Lightology are the Tech Lighting experts.
On Sep 11, 2015 by David S. from Deerfield, Illinois(Customer)
I bought the white shell version of the Essex light, which is really beautiful. I got it with LED lamping, which I was excited about. My lights are mounted along stairs so you see them from below. Unfortunately this fixture is totally open from below so you see right into it. The LED electronics are somewhat unsightly relative to a clean bulb so it is really not attractive. I fashioned a visual diffuser out of a milky semi-circle translucent piece of plastic and it totally resolved the issue. Now I love the fixtures, however this seems like a lot to ask after paying $400 for a walk sconce.