Each light ordered from us comes with an individual ceiling rose as standard. These are typically matched to the metalwork of the light. There are two types available; the smaller 72mm diameter front fix, which is generally used when your mains connection can be hidden in the ceiling void, and then the rose becomes a discreet cover. The larger 78mm diameter rose has more space behind to allow your connection inside and spans a wider radius to cover holes in the ceiling. We tend to use these on larger pendants or on more solid surfaces when the wiring needs to be housed internally.
We also have a standard 3-drop ceiling plate. These are available in our range of metal finishes or in a white paint finish. They have a cross bracket fixing with side fix grub screws and can be pre-wired to height if requested. When using these plates for an installation, you will need a minimum of 800-1000mm from ceiling to the bottom of the lights, in order to create a cluster and vertically clear each other. For larger installations, we offer a bespoke ceiling plate service.