Thomas Lighting - A017UC/15
Aurora under cabinet lighting features more diffuse glass and easy-to-use friction clips for door release. Captioned door provides easy lamp and installation access, and mounting screws come captioned and ready to install.
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||Clear Diffuse Glass Shade
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||L:23"x W:7"x H:8" 4 lbs.
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A017UC/15 - Thomas Lighting
Home Lighting is proud to present this bronze finished under cabinet light, by Thomas Lighting. The A017UC/15 is made from premium materials, this Under Cabinet Light offers great function and value for your home. This fixture is part of Thomas Lighting's decorative Aurora Collection, so make sure to check out other styles of fixtures to accessorize your room.
The Thomas Lighting brand dates date back to 1919, when Henrick Moe founded Moe Brothers Co. to manufacture residential lighting fixtures.
Lee B. Thomas acquired Moe Brothers Co. in 1948 and, in 1953, changed the company name to Thomas Industries. The company developed a nationwide reputation as a designer and manufacturer of high quality lighting fixture, with a special emphasis on traditional styles.
In 1998 The GENLYTE Group Inc. and the Lighting Group of Thomas Industries Inc. joined forces to create a new entity. At the time, the company was positioned as one of the largest lighting manufacturers in North America.
In 2008, The GENLYTE Group Inc. and its associated company and brands were purchased by Philips, a world leader in lighting.
In 2010, the Thomas Lighting line became part of Philips Consumer Luminaires, a business unit of Philips North America. The business unit now operates from offices and warehouse facilities in Elgin, IL.
Today, we continue to build on a long and distinguished history in the lighting industry. We’re committed to continuing to provide the highest quality and value, along with a broad range of styles for residential lighting needs.