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About Justice Design
From an elegant lamp atop a contemporary end table to a dramatic sconce illuminating a formal entryway, Justice Design lighting offers a wide array of lighting solutions for residential and commercial settings.
Create a mood, complement a theme, or simply add the perfect accent with a Justice Design decorative lighting fixture.
With over 200 different shapes and more than 35 different finishes, you can customize the fixtures of Justice Design to suit any décor. From paintable Bisque to faux finished masterpieces hand crafted by skilled artisans, Justice Design offers endless design possibilities for any environment - indoor or outdoor.
Justice Design lighting is the undisputed leader in the ceramic decorative lighting category with one of the finest reputations in the industry. Justice Design's ceramic fixtures are MADE IN THE USA , cast by hand, carefully inspected, and individually hand finished to insure satisfaction.
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Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: What "finish" choices are available?
A: Justice Design offers more than 40 different optional finishes, in addition to paintable Bisque, which are organized into "Finish Groups" as follows:
• Bisque: Unfinished, paintable surface
• Group 1 - Glaze Finishes: Glass-like finishes that are kiln-fired onto the surface
• Group 2 - Smooth Faux Finishes: Hand painted faux metal and marble finishes
• Group 3 - Metallic Leaf Finishes: Real metallic leaf gilded finishes
• Group 4 - Textured Faux Finishes: Hand carved or hand hammered and hand painted faux travertine marble, slate or hammered metal finishes
• Group 4 - Composition Finishes: Hand painted colorful details onto sculpted fixtures
Q: What is the difference between a "glaze" and a "faux" finish?
A: A "glaze" finish is a glass-like finish that is kiln-fired onto the surface of the fixture at approximately 19000 F. A "faux" finish is individually hand painted onto each fixture by Justice Design artisans.
Q: What is a "textured" finish (for example, Greco Travertine, TRAG)?
A: With a Textured Finish (Group 4), the surface of the ceramic is first hand carved or hand hammered to create the 3-dimensional surface of slate, travertine marble or hammered metal. Justice Design artisans then hand paint a faux finish onto the textured surface, completing the look of real travertine marble, slate or hammered metal. Each fixture is truly a work of art!
Q: Can Bisque fixtures be used outdoors?
A: If you want Bisque fixtures to retain the Bisque appearance, they need to be coated with a clear lacquer that is suitable for outdoor use. Otherwise, the Bisque will weather, it will become soiled, and its appearance and durability will be adversely affected.
Q: When do I need to order a fixture that is UL listed Suitable for Wet Locations (UL Wet)?
A: A "UL Wet" designation means that a fixture is UL listed as "Suitable for Wet Locations." A "UL Wet" fixture is required whenever there is the possibility that water, such as rain, may fall directly onto, or enter into, the fixture. For example, this would be the case in any outdoor installation where the fixture is not adequately covered by a solid overhang or roof. For outdoor wet location applications, click here to view our outdoor fixtures. If the fixture is for an indoor location or an outdoor location that is fully protected from water, then any "UL Damp" fixture (UL Listed as "Suitable for Damp Locations") is fine.
Q: Are all finishes available for outdoor wet location fixtures?
A: All finishes can be used outdoors except our metallic leaf finishes (Group 3: LEAG, LEAS and LEAC).
Q: Can I order fixtures with mica shades for outdoor wet location use?
A: No. Mica will deteriorate over time if it is exposed to the weather. Therefore, we do not offer mica for outdoor wet location use.
Q: Can fixtures be installed upside down (that is, as downlights)?
A: Most fixtures can be installed upside down for indoor use and some for outdoor use. The fixtures that can be installed upside down for outdoor wet location use are illustrated as downlights on this website and include a "W" in the item number along with our "rain cloud" symbol.
Q: Is a diffuser sufficient to make an open-top fixture suitable for a wet location?
A: No. A diffuser only prevents one from seeing inside an open-top fixture. For outdoor wet locations, you must choose a fixture that is designated UL Wet (i.e., Suitable for Wet Locations).
Q: Is a "Damp Location" fixture suitable for a bathroom or steam room?
A: As long as no water directly touches or enters the fixture, a fixture that is UL Damp (i.e., Suitable for Damp Locations) can be used in a bathroom. Special fixtures are required for steam rooms. At this time, Justice Design does not make any fixtures that are suitable for steam rooms.
Q: Can Euro and American Classics be installed with the light pointed down?
A: Yes, but we recommend that the maximum lamping be reduced to 60W per bulb. When installed with the light pointed up, the recommended maximum is 100W per bulb.
Q: Can I order a Euro Classic glass shade on an American Classic fixture (or visa versa)?
A: No, you may only choose the glass options that are available for each particular collection.
Q: Can I get the Euro and American Classics without the pull-chain?
A: All Euro and American Classics fixtures are shipped with the pull-chain installed, but the pull-chain is easily removed in the field by the installer. All fixtures include a spare decorative metal cap and instructions on how to remove the pull-chain.
Q: Why aren’t all fixtures available with halogen lamping?
A: Halogen lamps produce more heat than standard incandescent lamps. Some fixtures are not available with halogen lamps due to their size and/or shape, which can concentrate heat on the adjacent wall surface. Be sure not to have flammable materials near halogen lamps.
Q: Can I use a halogen bulb in place of a standard incandescent bulb?
A: You will need to check with the manufacturer of the bulb for that answer. In any case, please be sure that the halogen bulb does not exceed the maximum incandescent wattage allowed for that fixture. Also, due to the high heat generated by halogen bulbs, some discoloration and possible heat damage may occur to the adjacent wall surface. Be sure not to have flammable materials near halogen lamps.
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