Introducing Forbes and Lomax ranges of Nickel Silver, Antique Bronze and The Painted Socket

This article is a continuation of Introducing Forbes and Lomax ranges of Invisible LightSwitch, Unlacquered Brass and Stainless Steel, where Forbes and Lomax as a company and manufacturer of high quality wiring devices is presented. To find out more about the Forbes and Lomax ranges of switches and sockets, you can consult the Forbes and Lomax switches, sockets and dimmers, all finishes, all ranges, or the Invisible plate range and pictures, the Unlacquered Brass range, the Antique Bronze range, the Nickel Silver range, the painted socket range, or the stainless steel range.

Read more below about the Nickel Silver range, the Antique Bronze range, and the The Painted Socket range.

The Forbes and Lomax range of Nickel Silver switches and sockets

The Nickel Silver range has a highly polished plate creating a mirror finish. Nickel Silver first became popular in the 19th century due to its similarity to Sterling Silver and it was commonly used for various decorative items around the home.

It has a luxurious appearance which is much warmer and less clinical than chrome, making it more appealing for living areas.

The Nickel Silver range sits well in both traditional and contemporary interiors.

Read more about the Nickel Silver range of switches and sockets from Forbes and Lomax, and buy online Forbes and Lomax Nickel Silver wiring devices.

The Forbes and Lomax Range of Antique Bronze switches and sockets

The Antique Bronze range has a rich warm hue to the plates making them attractive to both contemporary and traditional interiors.

These switches also work particularly well on wood panelling and other unusual surroundings. The plates all have a slightly variable finish which adds to the distinctive look of the range. Many of the early light switches were made in Antique Bronze and the finish became very fashionable in the Art Deco period. The Antique Bronze finish is durable and will stand the test of time.

Original Antique Bronze switch plates can be seen in old buildings today still looking great almost a hundred years on. All socket outlets are available and are supplied with black inserts to complement the dark finish of the plates.

Read more about the Antique Bronze range of switches and sockets from Forbes and Lomax, and buy online Forbes and Lomax Antique Bronze wiring devices.

The Forbes and Lomax range of Painted Socket

The Painted Socket Range has been created to complement the Invisible Lightswitch. The Painted Sockets are supplied with etch-primed face plates ready to be painted in the same colour as the wall, making them as unobtrusive as possible.

A choice of black or white inserts is available and 13A sockets and switches fused connections can be supplied with metal switches if desired.

Read more about the Painted Socket range of switches and sockets from Forbes and Lomax, and buy online Forbes and Lomax Painted Sockets – wiring devices.

Read also about the Invisible LightSwitch(the invisible plate), the Unlacquered Brass range, and the Stainless Steel range on our blog(in the previous article).

Nickel Silver
The Nickel Silver range has a highly polished plate creating a mirror finish. Nickel Silver first became popular in the 19th century due to its similarity to Sterling Silver and it was commonly used for various decorative items around the home.
It has a luxurious appearance which is much warmer and less clinical than chrome, making it more appealing for living areas.
The Nickel Silver range sits well in both traditional and contemporary interiors.
http://www.sparksdirect.co.uk/blog/images/switches/nickel-silver1.jpg

Antique Bronze
The Antique Bronze range has a rich warm hue to the plates making them attractive to both contemporary and traditional interiors.
These switches also work particularly well on wood panelling and other unusual surroundings. The plates all have a slightly variable finish which adds to the dinstictive look of the range. Many of the early light switches were made in Antique Bronze and the finish became very fashionable in the Art Deco period. The Antique Bronze finish is durable and will stand the test of time.
Original Antique Bronze switch plates can be seen in old buildings today still looking great almost a hundred years on. All socket outlets are available and are supplied with black inserts to complement the dark finish of the plates.
http://www.sparksdirect.co.uk/blog/images/switches/antique-bronze1.jpg

The Painted Socket
The Painted Socket Range has been created to complement the Invisible Lightswitch. The Painted Sockets are supplied with etch-primed face plates ready to be painted in the same colour as the wall, making them as unobtrusive as possible.
A choice of black or white inserts is available and 13A sockets and switches fused connections can be supplied with metal switches if desired.

The dimming system
The Dimming System is a four channel dimmer with four easily programmable scenes in addition to full manual dimming and on/off buttons. The system is easily installed and quick to program.
The programming and operation is achieved from a master panel, with slave panes and remote controls also available if control is required from additional locations. The Dimming System is available in all finishes with a choice of white or black buttons. Contact us for more information.

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