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Kichler Sabina Collection Six Light Island Chandelier

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Customize the direction of these glass shades to diffuse the umber tones of this 6-light island chandelier.

From Kichler comes this six light chandelier. Features six umber etched glass lights on a Mission-style olde bronze finish frame. Lights can be installed facing up or facing down.

  • Olde bronze finish.
  • Umber etched glass.
  • Reversible mount.
  • From Kichler Lighting.
  • Takes six 100 watt bulbs (not included).
  • 30" wide x 16 1/2" deep (oval)
  • Fixture is 18.5" high.
Kichler Sabina Collection Six Light Island Chandelier
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PRODUCT REVIEWS SUMMARY for Kichler Sabina Collection Six Light Island Chandelier
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Difficult to change bulb(1), Poor illumination(1), Poor quality(1), Sways easily(1)
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By Doradomama Verified Purchaser from WI on 4/5/2011
Poor Illumination, Difficult To Change Bulb, Poor Construction, Sways Easily
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No, I would not recommend this to a friend

Poor construction; the last vertical pole didn't have a corresponding hole in the right place so it sat at a goofy angle. The lamp on that limb didn't work, and Murphy's Law dictated it was already mounted in the high ceiling before we realized it, since we had to shut power off to that area during installation. [...]We ended up with scaffolding blocking our front entrance for two weeks. In addition, the bulbs were tough to install as you had to essentially balance them on the tips of the fingers to insert them into the cannister, and then twist them in using the same technique. Few male hands could take on this task and a daintier hand would be necessary. Bottom Line: Not worth the hassle.

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