Light to illuminate a Turkish lamp

SCEMan

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We just moved into a new house and hung a beautiful Turkish mosaic lamp we picked up in Istanbul. It looks amazing when illuminated, but candles are too dim to do it justice. Does anyone have a battery powered light recommendation that can safely be used for several hours at a time?
 

parang

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Thanks for the suggestion but the opening wouldn't accommodate more than a single 18650 sized battery.


I guess, just about anything in that size with a fitting plastic diffuser will do.
 

Poppy

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Perhaps a Convoy s2+ with a diffuser? If you get it with the biscotti driver, you can set it to just about any light intensity you want.

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If that is too long, then you can get a short tube for the S2 and run it on a single 18350 battery. The diffuser would still fit.
 
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Alaric Darconville

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We just moved into a new house and hung a beautiful Turkish mosaic lamp we picked up in Istanbul. It looks amazing when illuminated, but candles are too dim to do it justice.
We're really gonna have to see it. For science.

Can you also provide dimensions (particularly the size of the opening and inside diameter and height of the interior)?
 
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