Mullan Ashbourne Chandelier Opal
The Ashbourne is an ornate and traditional chandelier. It has six ornate brass arms that project opal crimped edge glass lamp shades upwards at 45 degrees. Alternatively, amber glass lamp shades are also available. The traditional nature of this chandelier makes it ideal for traditional Irish pubs and restaurants.
Each brass arm is connected to a central, cylindrical body that is suspended using three brass rods and lighting chain. The Ashbourne chandelier comes with matching ceiling rose and one meter of brown flexible electrical cable and lighting chain as standard. Longer lengths of chain can be ordered to increase the suspension length of this chandelier.
This traditional chandelier can be ordered in antique brass, antique silver, polished brass or satin brass. Bulbs are sold separately.
This product is handcrafted with meticulous care. Given its hand-finished nature, variations in the wood or metal work (where applicable) are to be expected and celebrated. Each item is unique and no two are exactly alike.
- Weight: 6.20kg
- Material: Brass | Glass
- Standard Cable/Chain Length: 100 cm
- Max Wattage: 40w
- Voltage: 220v/240v
- Lampholder: E27 | Plastic | ES | Edison Screw | 2 Core Cable
- IP Rating: IP20
- Ceiling Attachment: MLROSE12 | 15cm Diameter
- Glass Code: GL158
- Number of bulbs required: 6
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