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Pendant Lights 

A contemporary collection of pendant lights from Neptune for a modern home. Our photographs show some of the ways they can be used - place a single light, or a row of pendants above a dining table or kitchen work surface.

Choose from Tennyson and Byron painted metal pendants, Belgarvia or Imperial nickel pendants, and the Hughes large double pendant with natural shades.

  • £98

    Available in white or black, the Tennyson pendant looks wonderful in pairs or individually. Adds a statement to any interior and are ideal for Kitchens or even over a set of bedside tables. Industrial finish and creates a focused light. 

    £98
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  • £150

    One of the most popular Neptune lights, the Byron pendant is versatile and chic. Available in snow or fog, both would look fantastic in a variety of homes. The clean and crisp design is simple yet effective. 

    £150
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  • £46

    One of the most popular Neptune lights, the Byron pendant is versatile and chic. Available in snow or grey, both would look fantastic in a variety of homes. The clean and crisp design is simple yet effective. 

    £46
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  • £315

    The Belgravia pendant by Neptune adds a stylish and industrial feel to any interior. These lights would look great in threes, pairs or individually over kitchen or dining tables. The cable can be adjusted to suit the desired height and lighting effect. 

    £315
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  • £215

    The Imperial nickel pendant can be used individually or in pairs to add splendid charm to any room. Ideal over a counter or table, these lights are extremely stylish. Can be adjusted to suit a variety of ceiling heights. 

    £215
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  • £235

    These contemporary Hughes double pendant lights from Neptune are ideal for a modern home. With a natural shade, these lights would look perfect as kitchen or dining lighting. Our photographs show some of the ways they can be used - place a single light, or a row of pendants above a dining table or kitchen work surface. Adjustable to suit desired height. 

    £235
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  • £132

    The Hughes single pendant instantly elevates ceiling lights, and is particularly suited to bedrooms where its design can be appreciated whilst lying in bed. Not only is it lovely to look up at, but it also helps to keep the light stable. 

    £132
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  • £143

    The Hughes single pendant instantly elevates ceiling lights, and is particularly suited to bedrooms where its design can be appreciated whilst lying in bed. Not only is it lovely to look up at, but it also helps to keep the light stable. 

    £143
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  • £78

    As the nights draw in it's wonderful to make your home a warm sanctuary of calm by using simple lighting options like our Keats pendant. Its small spun-steel shade creates a sharp, modern look softened by subtle curves.

    £78
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  • £135

    The Shaftesbury hovers like a giant droplet of water, crystal clear and perfectly formed. Its delicate nature is balanced by the chunky chain fixture, which falls in line with industrial style, albeit subtly. Use with a handsome globe bulb, which is worth revealing in all its glory. The Shaftesbury looks dazzling hung in a trio over a dining table or an...

    £135
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  • £275

    The Browning pendant lights have a dramatic shape, refined metal finish and twinkling detail provided by its vintage-style Latimer bulb. Its sharp lines and robust construction are softened by a powdered, matte finish and crisp glass. The bulb’s fine, handcrafted filaments add both warm light and an interesting layer of texture to your home. The...

    £275
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  • £590

    The first word that comes to mind with the Browning is architectural. It’s most fantastic suspended low over a kitchen island or dining table (or even a coffee table for real drama) and has a 2m chain and flex to play with. Trapezium-shaped, the glass panels have a trompe l’œil effect appearing as almost invisible, and should you prefer it that way, you...

    £590
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