Industrial architect lighting decor for urban lifestyles and lofts. Show off edgy lines and crisp white frosted glass. Available in a complete indoor home collection
-Industrial décor with straight lines and push button knobs
-includes 4' chain for hanging adjustments
-Attaches to ceiling canopy and will hang straight from angled ceilings
-Urban indoor lighting décor perfect for lofts and studios
-Complete indoor home lighting collection available
FIXTURE WIDTH: 22
FIXTURE HEIGHT: 22 1/2
FINISH: Brushed Nickel
BULB TYPE: Medium - E-26 - E-27 - Type A
BULB WATTAGE: 60
NO. OF LIGHTS: 3
USAGE: Indoor use
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Born around the turn of the 20th century, and enduring such hardships like the Great Depression and being placed in a Japanese Internment Camp during World War II, George Nakashima eventually became one of the most influential woodworkers and modernist...