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Sarzana Chandelier

Aidan Gray

We're betting you've heard of the region of Italy that inspired our Sarzana chandelier. We say this because it's where the famed quarries of Carrara are located. Though the luminary seems convincingly made of stone, it's actually fashioned from wood and metal. It's the intermingling of distressed finishes in cream and gold that helped us achieve this slight-of-hand. Taking our cues from chandelier styles of the past, we paid close attention to the historical details, such as the fluted bobeches and the dainty drops dangling from its arms.
UPC Code 00842210123755
Color/Finish gold
Height 36 in
Width 36 in
Length 44 in
Box Weight 23 lbs
Cord Cover Clear - Plastic
Wattage 60W
Switch Type Hard Wire
Cord Length 7 to 8 feet
Bulb(s) 6 candelabra bulbs
Material 1 Metal
Color Gold

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