Smooth lines and an effortlessly modern profile lend this contemporary 1 light pendant its bold urban style. Suspended from a matte black orb accent is a trumpet-flared glass shade, ultra-refined to freely allow light to flow onto your minimalist entryway, living room, dining room and more. This sophisticated urban pendant is expertly well-suited for installing above your mixed material dining room table, filling the area with a bright, warm light and classic contemporary charm. For more urban-industrial flair, use a compatible antique-style Edison bulb.
Height: 21.75 inches
•Width: 15.25 inches
•Length: 15.25 inches
•Weight: 7.2 pounds
- Modern Flared Profile: Contemporary Flared Glass Shade Gives A Unique Profile To This 1 Light Pendant. A Matte Black Finish And Edison Bulb Compatibility Boost The Urban Vibe, Adding Smooth Curves And Cool Contemporary Style To Your Modern Living Room, Kitchen, Dining Room Or Entryway.
- Dimensions: 21.75 Inch Height, 15.25 Inch Diameter, Requires 1-100-Watt Maximum Medium Base Bulb Or Led/Edison Bulb Equivalent
- Lighting Profile: The Ultra-Refined Clarity Of The Glass Allows Light To Flow Freely, Creating A Bright, Room-Filling 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
- Edison Bulb Compatible: For More Vintage-Industrial Charm, Use A Compatible Led Edison Bulb (Not Included)
||15 in. x 15 in. x 22 in.
||15.25in Clear Blowing Glass Shade
||31 in. - 67 in.
|Number of Lights
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