This Mid-Century Modern chandelier balances clean lines and geometric shapes to create an eye-catching centerpiece above your dining room table. Round frosted white glass shades contrast against the brilliant gold finish and straight lines of the sputnik-inspired design. This fixture includes 5 LED bulbs to cast a bright glow in your dining room, entryway, or living room, perfectly complementing your carefully curated mix of urban contemporary Mid Century home décor.
Height: 11 inches
•Width: 30.25 inches
•Length: 30.25 inches
•Weight: 8.4 pounds
- Metallic Finish, Retro Form: Rich Glimmering Gold Complements The Throwback Retro Vibe Of This Large 5 Light Chandelier. With The Included E12 Bulbs, This Led Fixture Gives Off A Bright, Centralized Glow Above Your Mid Century Modern Dining Room Table Or Contemporary Glam Living Room.
- Dimensions: 10.625 Inch Height, 30.25 Inch Diameter, Includes 5-9 Watt Led E12 Bulbs
- Lighting Profile: The Bright Light From The Frosted White Bulbs Creates A Brightly Diffused Glow Perfect For Illuminating Your Retro Mid-Century Modern Dining Room Table
- Bulbs Included: This Fixture Includes 5 Led E-12 Base Bulbs - Up To A $40 Value - For A Brightly Diffused Glow
- Vaulted Ceiling Compatible: A Swiveled Base And Optional Extension Tubes Make This Fixture Both Vaulted Ceiling And Sloped Ceiling Compatible; Perfect For Your High Vaulted Entryways Or Sloped Ceiling Dining Rooms
||Include 5-9Watt E12 LED Bulbs
||11 Inch Height, 30 Inch Diameter
||Painted Gold Finish
||5 Inch Diameter Glass Shades; LED Bulbs Included
||Painted Gold Finish
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