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J du J Sierra Craftsman 10 1/2" Wide Ceiling Light
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J du J Sierra Craftsman 10 1/2" Wide Ceiling Light


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This low-profile flushmount ceiling light offers a handsome look in seedy glass, and can be used outdoors or inside.

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Add Americana styling from the Kathy Ireland Home J du J Sierra Craftsman Collection to your home. This outdoor ceiling light design was inspired by classic American Arts and Crafts looks from the turn of the century. With its clean lines and striking look, this design is perfect for adding curb appeal to your home, or use it indoors in an entryway.

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  • 10 1/2" wide x 5 1/2" high. Weighs 6.25 lbs.
  • Uses three maximum 40 watt candelabra base bulbs (not included).
  • Flushmount ceiling light from the Jardin du Jour (J du J) Sierra Craftsman Collection by Kathy Ireland Home.
  • Rubbed bronze finish. Decorative seedy glass.
  • Damp location outdoor rated, for covered porch and patio installation only. Can also be installed indoors.
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Would this provide enough light if it were used as a ceiling light in a 10 by 20 screened in porch?
Christine Q on Sep 11, 2020
BEST ANSWER: This is a great porch light that provides good illumination.
What is the maximum wattage LED candelabra base bulb you can put in this fixture? Just doing a 40 watt incandescent equivalent doesn’t give as much light as I want with the seeded glass.
Karen P on Sep 3, 2020
BEST ANSWER: This ceiling light uses three maximum 40 watt candelabra base bulbs. You may use LED bulbs with a 60 watt incandescent equivalency as well.
Do they have a coordinating semi-flushmount to match this light?
Peggy R on Aug 15, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Our product specialists would be happy to assist you in finding coordinating fixtures. https://www.lampsplus.com/contact-us/
Is this powder coated aluminum, or is it a different type of finish?
A shopper on Aug 13, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Light has rubbed bronze finish. Powder coated.
Is this light available with clear glass instead of seeded?
Bill M on May 31, 2020
BEST ANSWER: This ceiling light is not offered with any other glass options.
Can this be used in the ceiling under deck that has an underdeck ceiling installed?
Jacqueline F on May 22, 2020
BEST ANSWER: This ceiling light is damp location outdoor rated for covered porches and patio installations only.
How do you change the light bulbs?
Terry C on May 17, 2020
BEST ANSWER: The bottom of the ceiling light comes off to change the bulbs.
What material is fixture made out of ??
Mary F on Apr 19, 2020
BEST ANSWER: This ceiling light is constructed of cast aluminum.
what is the proper electrical connection to standard house wiring?
Gustavo M on Sep 28, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I have emailed you a copy of the installation instructions for this ceiling light. If you are unfamiliar with installing a fixture such as this, we recommend consulting with a certified electrician for further details on electrical codes and installation requirements for your specific project.
Can this take regular light bulbs or only candleabra?
A shopper on May 15, 2019
BEST ANSWER: This fixture takes three (3) candelabra base LED bulbs. I use 60 w (500 lumens, each) in the ‘daylight’ color and it is fine outside of a double front door.
Do these lights have the UL seal of approval?
A shopper on Jan 6, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi - No, but is is CSA listed.
What type of metal is this light fixture?
A shopper on Nov 25, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It is made of cast aluminum.
Could I separate the outer shell from the glass? It would need to be painted black to match coach lights.
A shopper on Oct 28, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes, the glass panels are easily removable.
How do you replace a bulb?
A shopper on Oct 20, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Hi - there are bolts on each side of the fixture. You loosen and remove those, which allows you to remove the glass frame and access the bulbs.
Does this fixture use E26 bulbs? Have any of you had a problem with insects finding their way to the inside of the fixture. Are the bulbs difficult to replace? Thanks.
Stewart on Sep 28, 2017
BEST ANSWER: This fixture uses candelabra base bulbs. You can use LED's to minimize having to replace the bulbs. The fixture is fully enclosed. The bulbs are not difficult to replace.
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it is exactly how it looks! perfect!
This light makes the perfect statement on my front porch! The color was perfect for me because i was trying to match another light by my garage that was a dark bronze almost black in color fixture. The quality is excellent, nice and sturdy, and the glass is nice and thick. There isnt anything flimsy about it.I am very pleased with my purchase and would highly recommend this to anyone!

Pros: Easy To Change Bulb, Area Of Illumination, Attractive Design, Weather Resistant

Best Uses: Porch, Walkway
July 22, 2011
Light looks great
Light looks great on my porch

Pros: Area Of Illumination, Looks great, Weather Resistant, Easy To Change Bulb, Attractive Design

Cons: No cons
May 13, 2009
Very nice front door light!
I really like the amount of light this one illuminates. The glass gives that extra bit to make it look very nice!

Pros: Area Of Illumination, Attractive Design
January 7, 2010
pretty fixture
Light was a little difficult to install, but pretty once up, the seed glass really makes the fixture

Pros: Area Of Illumination, Attractive Design

Cons: Difficult To Install
May 13, 2008
Great improvement over old fixture
We have had an ugly light fixture on our front entrance for years and when I saw this one in the store I thought it would be perfect and it is.

Pros: Easy To Change Bulb, Attractive Design, Area Of Illumination, Weather Resistant
January 3, 2010
Liked it so much, we bought another!
We changed a can light on our front entryway and it looked so good that we bought another one for the patio overhang. The light pattern it makes at night is very interesting.

Pros: Area Of Illumination, Weather Resistant, Easy To Change Bulb, Attractive Design
February 16, 2010
Terrific Light in Front Foyer
Love the look of this light in my front foyer. Provides ample light (used LED candelabra style bulbs). The seeded glass really is the perfect touch.

Pros: Attractive Design, Area Of Illumination
April 9, 2017
My wife and I love this product, after opening the box it was easy to see the quality of the workmanship and design, installation was easy.
My wife and I love this product, after opening the box it was easy to see and feel the quality and workmanship. It was also very easy to install.
September 6, 2017
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Beautiful light
This light is gorgeous, even prettier at night with the light it gives off on the ceiling. We love it so much, we ordered another one. We ran into an issue with glass being broken when it arrived and the customer service was great. Will definitely order again from LampsPlus.
February 3, 2019
Purchased
1 year ago
Liked it so much, I bought another!
We replaced a can light(flush with the stucco) with this fixture. It dramatically improves the look of our entryway. And it was so easy that we did the same thing for the patio. The light through the glass makes such a pretty pattern on the overhangs that several neighbors have complimented our choice!

Pros: Attractive Design, Easy To Change Bulb, Area Of Illumination, Weather Resistant

Best Uses: Porch, Back Yard
March 10, 2010