I found a couple that have a decent enough shot to build a 'close enough' model. I'll list the bits I've used and a bit of a rundown of how.
The bits I've used are easy to come by,
brass etch ladder style
.5mm internal diameter brass tube
.4mm fishing line
.1x.8x150mm brass ministrip
about 3mm dowel
tichy train group light fixtures
All pictured here I hope.
The actual light is fiddly rather than complex, especially the twisted brass bar. There was a fair bit of trial and error before I was happy with the shape. The 'S' shaped brass tube was bent around my pin vise. I did feed the fishing line into the tube before bending it so that the tube would hold its shape. Why fishing line? Well can I tell you wire in the tube then bent, that wire ain't coming out! Fishing line pulls out, and I also threaded the line in again when I wanted to paint the light as it is definitely the easy way to hold something so fine.
I used the ladder etch as it was much easier to drill out to the diameter of the inside of the brass tube, than using plain brass bar. The holes in the middle of the light I plan to use as mounting holes with fine wire soldered into them.
I soldered the light together, but weakened and used some glue! For the light shade only Ian!
After all as the Grand Master says...Glue is for Girls!
So there you go. A nights work for the first one, a little faster for the rest. Did I forget something? Ask away!
Have a good week!