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Besa Tuca 15 1/2"W Gold Foil Opal Matte LED Ceiling Light

Besa Tuca 15 1/2"W Gold Foil Opal Matte LED Ceiling Light


$364.50

To Order, Call 800-782-1967

Product Details

Make the most of your bathroom with Besa Lighting's modern Tuca small LED ceiling light. Accented with a decorative gold foil ring around an opal glass center, it offers the most tranquil glow. With beautifully etched details and dimmable capabilities, it's perfect for contemporary and classic bathrooms.

  • 15 1/2" wide x 3 1/4" high. Round canopy is 9 1/2" wide.
  • Integrated dimmable 16 watt LED module; 3000K; 85 CRI; 1600 lumens; comparable to a 100 watt incandescent bulb.
  • Tuca small flushmount energy-efficient LED ceiling light by Besa.
  • Gold foil finish; handcrafted opal matte glass shade.
  • Installs directly to a 4" octagonal outlet box.
  • UL or ETL listed.
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Unique Flushmount
The Besa Tuca flushmount light is perfect for our entryway. The design is unique and far more interesting than other standard flushmounts. The old foil edge provides the right amount of under-stated glam! We love it!

The only problem is the gold rim had a crack in it when it arrived - so we will have to get a replacement light, but other than that it is perfect!
December 21, 2017
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Response from Lamps Plus
Hi Liz - sorry to hear about the rim. Please contact our customer service department and we will be happy to assist you with this issue.
December 22, 2017
Roxy Ibarra Staff