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Hyacinth Vintage Bronze Tiffany Style Mini Pendant

- Style # 08079
$229.99
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Quoizel's Hyacinth Tiffany style mini pendant has a vintage bronze finish and a colorful flower inspired glass.

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Like a multi-colored flower from a bygone age, this Hyacinth Tiffany style mini pendant from Quoizel has a vintage bronze finish that neatly outlines the pieces of brightly colored glass. Three 12" rods are included for custom height adjustment.

  • Vintage bronze finish.
  • Tiffany glass.
  • From the Quoizel brand.
  • Takes one 100 watt bulb (not included).
  • 9" wide.
  • Adjusts up to 47" high.
  • Canopy measures 5" wide.
  • 5.5 lbs. hanging weight.

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Can this item be adapted for turning on/off with a pull chain?
Phaedra J on Jul 31, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately, a pull chain cannot be adapted to the pendant.
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Lighted glass shade reflects many colors
I purchased three of these pendant lights to replace three recessed lights over my breakfast bar in the kitchen. In order to appreciate all of the colors in the shade, the light needs to be lit. The variety of colors in the shade can match many color choices in decor. [...] check the bottom of the light pole where the delicate, black, curly metal extension is attached. One of my lights was damaged in this area.

Pros: Vintage warmth of past, Easy To Change Bulb

Best Uses: Used with clg medallion, Replaced recessed lights, High Ceilings, Decoration
March 5, 2010
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