Friday, 10 May 2013

Pictures of Forbes and Lomax Verdigris Sockets and Switches

You may remember the old switches and sockets that our grandparents use to have in their old house, with a "rusty-looking" plate nowadays called Verdigris... Well, the good people at Forbes and Lomax paid a visit to a museum a while ago and they brought back to life the Verdigris range!

The finish of the switches and sockets in this range is inspired by the statues and the ancient artefacts from the Greek Bronze age. Don't worry - these switches and sockets look stylish in both contemporary and traditional interiors. The plates are hand-finished in order to produce a slightly variable effect - there's no two plates alike! Read more on the process and how they look like via, Verdigris Switches and Sockets from Forbes and Lomax.

13A Single Socket in Verdigris

13A Single Socket in Verdigris
This is a Forbes and Lomax 13A Single Socket in a Verdigris finish.

1 Gang Dolly Switch in Verdigris finish

1 Gang Dolly Switch in Verdigris finish
Stylish Forbes and Lomax single gang dolly switch in verdigris.

Three Gang Dolly Switch in Verdigris

Three Gang Dolly Switch in Verdigris
This is a Forbes and Lomax 3G dolly switch on a verdigris plate.

13A Double Socket in Verdigris

13A Double Socket in Verdigris
This is a switched twin socket from Forbes and Lomax, coming in a verdigris finish.

Single Button Dimmer in Verdigris

Single Button Dimmer in Verdigris
Forbes and Lomax 1g button dimmer on a verdigris plate.

Single French Socket in Verdigris

Single French Socket in Verdigris
This is a French socket on a Forbes and Lomax verdigris plate.

You can order the Verdigris range via SparksDirect - simply search for Verdigris, or look for the listed finish when visiting the Forbes and Lomax range.