The 20" Wide Gothic Inverted Pendant Light is a stunning light fixture that supplies soothing light to keep you relaxed for the day. This inverted dome shaped shade is suspended using solid wires. The four medium bulbs placed inside the lampshade light up brilliantly to pacifies your eyes and mind. Looking interesting in red and white combination, this decorative pendant light adds a layer of liveliness to your home's décor.
We try to capture the true beauty of each light through our photographs. Please remember, though, that each piece is handmade, therefore, there may be some natural variations. Each piece is a unique piece of art and colors and designs may vary slightly.
Features and Benefits
1 YEAR LIMITED MANUFACTURER WARRANTY
Manufacturer warrants the metal work and electrical components of your lighting product to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for one (1) year.
This item is custom made by artisans in Yorkville, New York. Please allow our craftsman 2 months to create this unique piece of art for you.
|Bulb Wattage||60 Watt|
|Finish||Ca/Fl Weathered Antique Brass|
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