Thomas O'Brien collects mid-century set lights made for stage and photography. Metrograph is directly detailed from one of those special lights circa 1930. Its 4 carved wood blades feature a vintage propeller shape and the ribbed details and perforations of the housing conjure Art Deco style. With its vintage elegance, Metrograph offers modern performance features, including a quiet, efficient DC motor and integrated LED light kit with frosted white glass. Available in 3 finishes - the signature two-tone Antique Brass and Deep Bronze housing with Bronze blades - a TOB favorite, Deep Bronze Housing with Bronze Blades and Polished Nickel Housing with Grey Blades.
- 20W LED Light Kit, 3000K CCT, 720 Lumens, 90+ CRI
- Max ceiling slope with included hardware: 20 Deg
- Premium power 178 X 12 mm DC motor for quiet operation
- Ultra efficient energy saving 6 speed reversible motor.
- Precision balanced motor and blades for wobble-free operation.
- 13 degree blade pitch designed for optimal air.
- Extra long 6.5 foot lead wire for use with long downrods.
- Includes Hand Remote with reverse and downlight.
1 Integrated 20w Max. (included)
||Fan: 16 19/32''
Min. Ceiling Height: 8 1/32'
||Includes a green, energy-efficient DC motor
A Finishing Cap is included if the light kit is unnecessary.
Specialty carved wood blades included
ENERGY STAR® Qualified
This advanced LED technology is carefully designed and selected to consist of the highest quality LED chipsets for superior performance and reliability.
20W LED Light Kit, 3000K CCT, 720 Lumens, 90+ CRI
Max ceiling slope with included hardware: 20 Deg
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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