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Hendrik Nickel Finish 19" Wide 3-Light Chandelier by Kichler

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This small and compact chandelier design is by Kichler, and features etched white glass on a sleek brushed nickel finish frame.

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Wake up a tired room with this contemporary three light chandelier. The clean and stylish design features a brushed nickel finish frame with satin-etched white glass. Small and compact profile lends itself to use over kitchen bar areas or in hall and entry areas.

  • 19" wide x 17" high. Canopy is 5" wide x 2" high. Weighs 8.5 lbs.
  • Comes with 8 1/2-feet of wire.
  • Uses three maximum 60 watt standard-medium base A19 bulbs (not included).
  • Hendrik three-light chandelier by Kichler. A small, compact design with three uplights.
  • Brushed nickel finish over metal construction. Satin-etched glass.
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A shopper on Sep 12, 2021
BEST ANSWER: This chandelier can be dimmed when paired with dimmable light bulbs and a compatible dimmer.
Is this light fixture adaptable for a sloped ceiling?
A shopper on Jan 17, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Yes— it can be hung on slopped ceiling by adjustment of the pieces provided that would normally finish-off the hanging of the fixture where it makes contact with the ceiling. Take those pieces with you to a "home improvement" store near you and explain what you doing—they will have the few parts you will need to deal with the angled ceiling. If you are handy you should be able to do yourself, or any electrician should be able hang and complete the job—good luck.....
I just remodeled a bathroom with a dressing table that is 44" long and has a 5 ft. mirror on the wall behind it. Is l9" too wide for this area?
Beatrice U on Aug 21, 2017
BEST ANSWER: 19" inches will be perfect, however, this design is not specifically rated for damp locations. However, if the area is well ventilated with no buildup of steam or condensation, and if it is not installed over tubs or adjacent to showers, it should be fine.
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Rated 4 out of 5
A great look with the nearby pendants
If you use 60W or above bulbs on a low ceiling, use with a dimmer switch.

Pros: Quality Construction, Easy To Change Bulb, Easy To Hang, Great Illumination, Would suggest 40W bulbs, Stable Design

Best Uses: Over Table, Matching pendants nearby
December 7, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5
Great Product
Awesome product.

Pros: Quality Construction, Stable Design, Easy To Hang, Great Illumination, Easy To Change Bulb
February 28, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5
Nice light

Pros: Easy To Hang
March 10, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5
Good value for the money
I had been looking for a chandlier for a while and finally decided on this one with the matching pendant. I didn't have a very large space for it and this one fits perfectly. It is located in the "foyer" which really opens into the whole house. I have received numerous complements on it.

Pros: Easy To Hang, Quality Construction, Attractive Design, Great Illumination, Stable Design, Easy To Change Bulb

Best Uses: Primary Light Source, Decoration
January 7, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5
This chandelier fits beautifully in a small dining room with an eight foot ceiling. i would recommend it.
November 5, 2017
over 3 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Updated lighting for entryway.
following a kitchen remodel and upgrade, we changed out all of the 70s lighting to modern lighting. Very happy with the new fixtures.

Pros: Great Illumination, Easy To Change Bulb, Stylish, Easy To Hang, Quality Construction, Stable Design

Best Uses: Entryway Lighting, High Ceilings
February 15, 2015