Mullan Darwin Chandelier
The Darwin chandelier joins the Darwin single wall light and Darwin two-arm traditional wall light family. It is a traditional brass chandelier with six decorative arms, each holding a diffused flame glass lamp shade. Each lamp shade points upwards towards the ceiling, diffusing and spreading light evenly around a room.
Each arm of the Darwin chandelier is attached to a central cylindrical body. It is suspended with three lengths of lighting chain and a single brown, twisted fabric electrical cable.
The Darwin chandelier is available in four finishes; antique brass, antique silver, polished brass and satin brass. It's a traditional chandelier well suited to traditional Irish pubs and restaurants. 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: 11.00kg
- Material: Brass | Glass
- Standard Cable/Chain Length: 100 cm
- Max Wattage: 40w
- Voltage: 220v/240v
- Lampholder: E14 | Plastic | SES | Small Edison Screw | 2 Core Cable
- IP Rating: IP20
- Ceiling Attachment: MLROSE12 | 15cm Diameter
- Glass Code: GL066
- Number of bulbs required: 6
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