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Lotus Pendant

Aidan Gray

Named for a powerful symbol in Greek mythology and Indian lore, our Lotus pendant has a beautiful shade fashioned from curving leaves that are gathered at the top to form a petite and powerful globe. The entire composition has been treated to an antique brass finish. Though the fixture isn't particularly grand in size, you can see why the Greeks deemed the lotus a legendary plant whose fruit induced an unwillingness to depart.
Color/Finish Antique Brass
Height 21 IN
Width 17.5 IN
Depth 17.5 IN
Product Volume (CBM) 0.23
Box Weight 15.3 lbs
Shipping Box Width 2.8 IN
Shipping Box Height 21 IN
Shipping Box Depth 2.8IN
Cord Cover Gold - Plastic
Wattage 60W (1)
Switch Type Hardwire
Cord Length 6 to 7 feet
Bulb(s) Standard
Color Antique Gold

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