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Varaluz 24" Wide Area 51 Recycled Glass Pendant Light

 Style # V0751

You'll welcome the arrival of this recycled steel and glass pendant with its otherworldly style and fantastic downlight.



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The famous US Military test site in the Nevada desert has inspired rumor and legend for years, and now it will inspire your home decor with this stunning recycled steel and glass pendant light. Recalling captive aliens, precocious pod people and incredible UFO sightings, the steel frame energetically winds around "dripping" glass to create an uncanny design that will cause quite a stir in your home. Four lights circle the glass and a fifth downlight shines below. Environmentally friendly low-VOC New Bronze finish, hand-forged steel with 70% or greater recycled content, and recycled glass crystal all help to keep our planet a clean one. You never know who might be paying a visit...

Varaluz
  • Recycled steel and glass.
  • Low-VOC New Bronze finish.
  • Includes five 50 watt G9 halogen bulbs.
  • 24" wide.
  • 17" high.
  • Includes cable for up to 10' drop from ceiling.
  • Canopy is 5" wide.
  • Hang weight is 26 lbs.


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PRODUCT REVIEWS SUMMARY for Varaluz 24" Wide Area 51 Recycled Glass Pendant Light
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5.0 Stars (based on 1 reviews)
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Easy to hang(1)
Best Uses:
Decoration(1), High ceilings(1), Over table(1)
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Awesome chandelier
By Lori from Houston,tx on 6/16/2015
Pros:
Easy To Hang
Best Uses:
Decoration, Over Table, High Ceilings
Describe Yourself:
Midrange Shopper
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Great because goes well as formal or informal. Adds a very different style. Not the kind you see everywhere Most difficult part is hanging crystals but well worth the time.

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