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Copper, Glass, Solid Brass


Brass, Copper



Bulb Holder


Max Wattage


IP Rating



Convex Glass


Main Body (including bracket) – (L) 159mm x (D) 61mm
Bracket – (L) 115mm x (W) 40mm x (H) 80mm

Cable Length approx. (m)


Cable Type

0.75mm 2 Core (H05RN-F)

Charleston Range – Director Adjustable Tree Spot Light – Natural Copper (12v)

The 12 volt Director Tree Spot Light in traditional copper has a solid brass, serrated clamp joint and fixing mount. A lot like the Brass Director Tree Light, it will affix anywhere in the garden. This includes trees, decking or raised areas of garden wall.  The bracket is removable. This copper outdoor spot light can easily be adjusted to shine in various positions at over 180° (vertically). The tubular body of this Director Tree Light, convex lens and integrated glare shield results in the light shining in a narrow, spot light beam rather than a wider flood beam. This is ideal to emphasise individual focal points in the garden.

This classy, IP54 copper spotlight requires an MR16 lamp, which is easily installed and replaced. Lumena recommend the use of an LED MR16. LED’s have a long lamp life, and use little energy if comparing to halogen equivalents. To remove the main body from the brass base and replace the lamp, simply pull to release, and push back on securely to replace. This simple method of using rubber grips means that the fitting is even more waterproof. There are no external screws are which makes maintenance easier and less likely. It also adds to the traditional design quality.

This garden spotlight can easily convert to a spike light by simply removing the bracket, and replacing with one of our optional ground spikes, either a solid brass spike or a polycarbonate spike.

Garden lights made from copper will weather over time to create a natural mottled effect that blends in with outdoor surroundings such as brick, plants and tree bark. After longer periods of time a ‘verdigris’ effect may be present.

As with most purchases, it is important that items are maintained correctly after installation. This is especially important for outdoor lighting which can be affected by the outdoor environment, especially in harsher areas such as coastal areas. By not following the aftercare instructions, which are always included with the relevant product, this may void any guarantees or warranties.


Lumena offer a number of Teak bollards and post lights in a range of sizes. Teak wood is a part of the ‘Tectona Grandis’ hardwood species and is highly durable, producing a natural oil which helps protect from outdoor conditions. As Teak is subject to outdoor weather conditions, it starts to age and develop a duller, soft, grey appearance. This elegant, lightweight wood is ideal for both domestic and commercial use and is very easy to maintain.

To add a further protective coating from weather conditions, teak sealer is highly recommended. Lumena always apply at least one coat of Teak sealer prior to dispatch but this should also be applied periodically to help protect and freshen up the path lights.



Contrary to popular belief, Stainless steel needs looking after; especially in exposed and coastal areas. If not cleaning on a regular basis, the acid that is ever present in the air ( and salt in coastal areas) will affect the surface causing pitting and even rust like staining (known as ‘Tea staining’ ) to appear.

To keep your lights looking good, simply wipe clean the outside with a damp cloth and then dry once a month, (more frequently in coastal areas). Specialist stainless steel cleaning products can be used (We recommend and stock ‘Kilrock stainless steel cleaner’) but never use an ABRASIVE cleaner. In extreme conditions we recommend applying 2 coats of Clear lacquer to protect the steel surface. (We recommend and stock ‘Simoniz’ clear lacquer).



Both brass and copper are extremely durable materials, with brass being a combination of copper and zinc, meaning neither can rust or corrode. Over time brass will subtly weather and naturally change to a darker colour which will blend in with the garden surroundings. Copper also naturally changes colour quite dramatically, often resulting in a brown or ‘verdigris’ effect, again to blend in with the outdoor surroundings. This is because copper reacts with atmospheric oxygen. Although some people may prefer a pristine, shiny copper finish, the oxide layer in fact prevents corrosion and simply adds to the character of natural copper creating a traditional, ‘olde worlde’ appearance. If a new copper finish is preferred, a layer of lacquer can prevent / slow down the weathering process.



240v fittings can be affected by damp conditions, typically when located outdoors. When a fitting is located outside in the cold air combined with the heat produced by the lamp inside, it is inevitible that condensation will occur, just as it does on bedroom windows in the home. If too much condensation is produced, this could result in the fitting tripping, especially in these types of fittings where a drainage hole is not possible. To combat this, Lumena include silica gel with all 240v in-ground lights and spike light to soak up any excess moisture – these should not be removed but replaced periodically and fittings checked. If any water is sitting in the fitting, this should be tipped out and the fitting safely dried out. Condensation can be more prominent when the fitting has been opened on a damp day, as the damp air will then be trapped inside when re-sealed. Therefore it is recommended that any maintenance, including changing bulbs, is performed on a dry day. An additional practice put in place by Lumena is to apply Lithium Grease to the bulb holder / bulb which acts as an additional seal to prevent tripping. Although this prevents tripping, the fittings will still need to be checked and dried out should water sit inside the fitting. For extra protection, fitting can also be filled with Wiska Gel (electrical insulation).