An open frame globe finished in a rich blackened oil rubbed bronze brings modern farmhouse charm to your mixed material dining room. Dramatic curves loop around the entire chandelier, supporting 6 candelabra lights that shed a bright, room-filling glow over your lightly distressed dining room table. Vaulted and sloped ceiling compatible, this chandelier is also perfect for casting an atmospheric, welcoming light over your grand entryway.
Height: 22 inches
•Width: 20.5 inches
•Length: 20.5 inches
•Weight: 6.4 pounds
- Rustically Contemporary: Modern Farmhouse With A Casually Elegant Profile, This Chandelier Consists Of An Open Spherical Frame Finished In A Richly Dark Blackened Oil Rubbed Bronze. Curved Support Arms Hold The Candelabra Bases Within The Frame, Creating A Rustically Contemporary, Yet Simple Profile Perfect For Use Above Your Mixed Material Dining Room Table In Your Cottage Chic, French Country, Modern Farmhouse, Rustic, Or Contemporary Home.
- Dimensions: 22 Inch Height, 20.5 Inch Diameter, Requires 6-60 Watt Maximum Candelabra Base Bulbs Or Led Equivalent
- Lighting Profile: Exposed Candelabra Bulb Profile Allows Light To Flow Freely, Filling The Area With A Warm, Atmospheric Glow Perfect For Entryways And Dining Rooms
- Vaulted Ceiling Compatible: Adjustable Height Chains Make This Fixture Both Vaulted Ceiling And Sloped Ceiling Compatible; Perfect For Your High Vaulted Entryways Or Sloped Ceiling Dining Rooms
- Edison Bulb Compatible: For More Vintage-Industrial Charm, Use A Compatible Led Edison Candelabra Bulb (Not Included)
||21 in. x 21 in. x 22 in.
||30 in. - 100 in.
|Number of Lights
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