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Jonathan Adler Meurice Collection Large Brass Pendant Light

- Style # G1541
$833.75
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This contemporary pendant light is a useful addition for any modern space, as it adds balance and character.

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Jonathan Adler Meurice Collection Large Brass Pendant Light
Jonathan Adler Meurice Collection Large Brass Pendant Light
Jonathan Adler Meurice Collection Large Brass Pendant Light
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This pendant light is part of the Meurice Collection from Jonathan Adler by Robert Abbey. It features an off white linen shade suspended by an antique brass chain. A circular finial adds an extra flourish. Includes an acrylic diffuser. Direct wire.

  • Shade is 24 1/2" across the top x 25" across the bottom x 14 1/2" high. Bottom diffuser is 24" wide. Canopy is 5" wide x 3/4" high.
  • Comes with 6-feet of chain and 10-feet of wire. Minimum hang height of 24 1/4", maximum of 60 1/4". Sloped ceiling adaptable.
  • Uses three maximum 100 watt standard-medium base bulbs (not included).
  • Meurice shade pendat light by designer Jonathan Adler.
  • Off white linen shade. White bottom diffuser. Antique brass finish metal accents and canopy.

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very nice modern/elegant chandelier
this is really a beautiful light fixture and worth every penny. the shade is taller than it looks in the picture but despite that i still love this chandelier. It is modern and elegant and i especially recommend it to go with other "meurice" products.

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

Cons: Hard To Hang

Best Uses: Over Table, High Ceilings, Primary Light Source
December 12, 2010
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