Mullan Clones Three-Arm 1920'S Schoolhouse Chandelier
Boasting a traditional design, the Clones 3 Arm 1920's Schoolhouse Light will grace up any space with its unique style. This schoolhouse chandelier looks beautiful above dining room tables in homes or in rooms requiring large quantities of light. Designed to accommodate a variety of spaces and ceiling heights, this schoolhouse ceiling light fixture casts a soft ambient light over a wide area with its five schoolhouse shades. Suitable for a wide range of settings, this multi-schoolhouse chandelier looks great when lit with a warm bulb for a comfortable lighting. 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: 15.00kg
- Material: Brass | Glass
- Standard Cable/Chain Length: 100 cm
- Max Wattage: 60w
- Voltage: 220v/240v
- Lampholder: E27 | Plastic | ES | Edison Screw | 2 Core Cable
- IP Rating: IP20
- Glass Code: GL041A
- Number of bulbs required: 3
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