Mullan Gentry 300mm Opal Globe Pendant Light
With a sophisticated design, the Gentry 30cm Opal Globe Pendant was designed to be a focal point for any room. This globe pendant light is perfect for your dining area as well as to children's rooms, and even your own bedroom. This glass pendant light features a classic opal glass shade to cast a soft ambient light over a wide area. Suspended from ceiling fixtures, this contemporary pendant lamp can be hung individually or together. Suitable for any modern or contemporary interiors, this globe pendant light looks great when lit with a warm bulb for a soft lighting. Bulbs are sold separately.
- Metalwork Finish: Standard color finish options displayed.
- Glass Finish: Opal finish as standard, painted finish also available on request in a range of colors.
- Diameter: 30cm
- Height: 33cm
- Lamp Holder : 1 x E27 60w
- Chain / Flex: Complete with one meter of flex as standard, extra length available on request.
- Weight: 2.40kg
- Material: Brass | Glass
- Standard Cable/Chain Length: 100 cm
- Max Wattage: 60w
- Voltage: 110v/120v or 220v/240v (depending on delivery location)
- Lampholder: E27 | Plastic | ES | Edison Screw
- IP Rating: IP20
- Ceiling Attachment: MLROSE05 | 10cm Diameter
- Glass Code: GL044C
- CE Approved: Yes
- UKCA Approved: Yes
- Environmental Management Charge (EMC): Included in the price of this product is a contribution to recycling costs of €0.05
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