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Rico Espinet Candelaria 35" Wide 30-Light Nickel Chandelier

 Style # 1C649

This simple yet stunning 30-light brushed nickel chandelier will transform your living or dining room.


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Designed by Rico Espinet for Robert Abbey, this low-profile chandelier features sleek metal rings in a brushed nickel finish with 30 vintage-style bulbs (not included). The rings are suspended from three guide wires, and a matching brushed nickel rod connects to the ceiling canopy. Hanging height is adjustable. Metal construction. Brushed nickel finish. Direct wire hookup only. Thirty Edison style maximum 40 watt bulbs shown (not included). 35" diameter. Minimum drop 38 3/4". Maximum drop 80 3/4". Canopy is 6" diameter. Includes one 6" and three 12" downrods.

Robert Abbey
  • Metal construction.
  • Brushed nickel finish.
  • Direct wire hookup only.
  • From our collection of chandeliers by Robert Abbey.
  • Large chandelier with two levels of lights.
  • Thirty Edison style maximum 40 watt bulbs shown (not included).
  • 35" diameter.
  • Includes one 6" and three 12" downrods.


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PRODUCT REVIEWS SUMMARY for Rico Espinet Candelaria 35" Wide 30-Light Nickel Chandelier
Avg. Customer Rating:
 
4.0 Stars (based on 1 reviews)
100 % of respondents would recommend this to a friend

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:

Pros:
Easy to change bulb(1), Easy to hang(1), Stable design(1), Stylish(1), Well built / quality(1)
Best Uses:
High ceilings(1), Over table(1)
Describe Yourself:
Midrange shopper(1)
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Beautiful, but . . .
By Doctor Lisa Verified Reviewer from St. Louis, MO on 12/5/2014
Pros:
Stylish, Stable Design, Quality Construction, Easy To Hang, Easy To Change Bulb
Best Uses:
High Ceilings, Over Table
Describe Yourself:
Midrange Shopper
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

When you put 30 40watt (max wattage listed) incandescent bulbs in the fixture, it creates quite a bit of heat. And, if you want to use a dimmer switch, you either must buy an expensive switch rated for 1200 watts (standard dimmer switch is rated for 600), or use LED bulbs. LED bulbs are expensive!

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