I'm involved with a local charity, and we need to move a couple of fluorescent fittings at their premises that appear to have been wired from ceiling roses, and to extend the cables as fitted.
I assumed this installation was a conversion from pendants, but it's before my time.
Having taken the cover off one of the assumed roses I found it wasn't what I expected - there was another plastic moulding underneath. I've taken two photos - no 1 is the rose as it appeared before being disturbed, and no 2 is what I found underneath. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/d1871y48hp11yzl/AAChZnvpyKKiZkBXS6wbareNa?dl=0
The inner plastic moulding doesn't appear to unscrew, unclip, unplug or otherwise detach from the base, and has no fixings visible. I havn't tried too hard at present, as I don't want to break anything.
Does anyone know what these are, and how to get into them? The ceiling fixtures were apparently done by a firm of shop fitters, in case that's relevant.
Thanks, Charles F