Our first creation using salvaged pieces from the Galt No. 8 Coal Mine in Lethbridge, Alberta!
A truly Canadian build, we used an aluminum pulley sand casted by the Monarch Aluminum Company in Cooksville, Ontario and paired it with a Dominion Glass Company No. 42 glass insulator. The Galt No. 8 mine got its start in 1934 when the Canadian Pacific Railway cut the first mine shaft. Through out that time period, CPR utilized Dominion No. 42 insulators to hold their network of telegraph lines which ran across the country along side the railways.
Drawing from it’s Railway heritage and telling a story of industrialization and mining in Southern Alberta, this unique pendant light would look stunning as a corner reading light or over a coffee bar in the kitchen!
With it's fully adjustable twisted cloth-covered cord, this light can be set at the perfect height for your application.
- 3.5W 300 Lumen LED bulb
- Installation Hardware Kit
- Instructions for Installation and Adjustment
This pendant light requires hardwiring into an electrical junction box. We strongly recommend consulting a qualified electrician prior to installation.
Emerson Industrial Design Co has pledged to donate 15% of all sales of Galt No. 8 Mine decor items to the Galt #8 Mine Historic Site Society, a not-for-profit organization committed to the preservation of the site and the development of a Historical Interpretive Centre.