Mullan Killarney 6 Arm 7 Light Chandelier
The Killarney chandelier is an ornate, traditional chandelier ideally suited to churches and grand hotels. This solid brass chandelier features four arms and seven lights with opal pineapple glass lamp shades. It's also available with four arms and five lights.
The Killarney chandelier is suspended using five brass rods moulded like ropes. Each brass rope is attached to a circular frame with crosses carefully shaped into its top surface. Six arms (or four arms) project from the circular brass frame, each holding a down lit, diffused glass lamp shade. An additional shade is suspending from the centre of the chandelier. The Killarney chandelier is available in antique brass, antique silver, polished brass and satin brass.
Note: 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: 30kg
- Material: Brass | Glass
- Voltage: 220v/240v
- Lampholder: E27 | Plastic | ES | Edison Screw | 2 Core Cable
- Ingress protection: IP20
- Ceiling Attachment: MLROSE12 | 15cm Diameter
- Glass Type: GL105
- Colour/Finish: Antique Brass
- Lamp Max Wattage: E27 | 40W
- Class: 1
- No of Bulbs: 7
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