Craig Pendant Lamp

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The Craig Pendant Lamp boasts a stylish design, and is a perfect addition to furniture and decor with a modern or contemporary style. It is designed with a metal shade featuring wood inlay at the top, and has a unique look.

This pendant lamp is available in black or white, and has two size options. Choose this model to amaze your guests with style.

Available Color/Finish: Black, White

Colur Matched Canopy
Clear Power Cable
Ash Stained Walnut With Black Shade
Natural Ash With White Metal Shade
Takes 1 E26 Medium Base Max 100 Watt Bulb
Bulb Not Included

Small: 14L x 14W x 10H inches/ 4 Lbs
Overall Height Adjustable up to Max: 109 inches

Medium: 18L x 18W x 13H inches/ 6 Lbs
Overall Height Adjustable up to Max: 112 inches

Canopy Size: 5L x 5W x 1H inches

Ships within 5-7 days

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