Bespoke Lights collection of reproduction Jacobean lighting. To replicate lighting that is in keeping with the Jacobean period use forged wrought iron light fittings with metal candle sconces and candle drips. Entrance halls were all important during Jacobean times and wealthy citizens ostentatiously decorated their halls using their most richly adorned chandeliers as a sign of their wealth. Additional lighting would have been provided by wall sconces and candlestick table lamps. If wood was plentiful light fittings were made from local wood decorated to compliment the heavily carved Jacobean staircases and wooden furniture.