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Deco Brushed Nickel Pendant Chandelier 21 1/2" Wide Modern Marbl

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Deco Brushed Nickel Pendant Chandelier 21 1/2" Wide Modern Marbl

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Possini Euro Design Deco Nickel 21 1/2" Wide Pendant LightPossini Euro Design Deco Nickel 21 1/2" Wide Pendant Light

Possini Euro Design Deco Nickel 21 1/2" Wide Pendant Light

Featured in "Women's Day" magazine, this stylish chandelier is from the Deco Nickel Collection. Art Deco chandeliers offer strong lines and profiles, making them ideal for making a sleek design statement. This design has bands of brushed nickel paired with marbleized glass. A great look for kitchens and more.

The Deco look lives in this graceful pendant light design from Possini Euro Design's Deco Nickel Collection.

  • 21 1/2" wide x 23" high. Round canopy is 5 1/4" wide. Weighs 11.9 pounds.
  • Includes 6-feet of chain, 12-feet of wire. Sloped ceiling adaptable.
  • Uses three maximum 100 watt or equivalent medium base bulbs (not included).
  • From the Possini Euro Design brand. Ideal for kitchens and hallways. Inspired by Art Deco designs.
  • Marbleized glass bowl. Brushed nickel finish frame and canopy.

Deco Brushed Nickel Pendant Chandelier 21 1/2" Wide Modern Marbl

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