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Kichler Ashland Bay 33 3/4"W Polished Nickel Bath Light

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Add a stunning, transitional look to your bathroom decor with this three-light nautical bath light featuring clear seeded glass.

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Kichler Ashland Bay 33 3/4"W Polished Nickel Bath Light
Kichler Ashland Bay 33 3/4&quot;W Polished Nickel Bath Light
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This striking, four-light, steel bath fixture has a beautiful, nautical feel in a gleaming polished nickel finish. The lantern style lamps hang from a straight bar against an oval back plate, with the bulbs diffused by stunning, gently convex, ribbed, clear seeded glass shades. Vintage style Edison bulbs are recommended for this brilliant bath light from Kichler.

  • 33 3/4" wide x 8" high. Extends 6 1/2" from the wall. Weighs 7.5 lbs.
  • Oval back plate is 9" wide, 5" high.
  • Four maximum 100 watt or equivalent A19 medium base bulbs (not included).
  • Glistening nautical-inspired 4-light bath light.
  • Polished nickel finish. Steel construction. Clear seeded glass.
  • Can only be mounted as shown in photo.

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The build of this fixture is flimsy. There are virtually no instructions on putting the thing together. It's a gravity defying feat to do so. My order came missing parts. Three weeks after the partial install I called to check on the supplemental parts order. I was told that the vendor doesn't ship just parts, so I must re-order, at my cost, or order something else then ship the fixture back and wait on a refund. Think of Mike Myers as the Scottsman on SNL. If it's not Scottish it's .....! That would be this fixture.
September 15, 2017
1 year ago
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