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Kichler Hendrik 33 3/4" Wide Satin Opal Glass Wall Sconce
Kichler Hendrik 33 3/4" Wide Satin Opal Glass Wall Sconce

Kichler Hendrik 33 3/4" Wide Satin Opal Glass Wall Sconce


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Add shimmering sophistication to your home decor with this quadruple opal glass and chrome wall sconce.

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Enjoy contemporary glamour at your fingertips with this glass bathroom wall light. Four lights in satin etched opal glass cylinders sit in metal multi-ring holders atop a glistening straight bar attached to a rectangular wall plate, all in chrome finish.

  • 34" wide x 7 3/4" high. Back plate is 12" wide x 4 1/2" high. Extends 6 1/2" from the wall. Weighs 7.2 lbs.
  • Takes four 60 watt standard base A19 bulbs (not included).
  • 4 light bathroom fixture from Kichler lighting.
  • Chrome finish. Steel construction.
  • Satin etched cased opal glass.
  • Fixture can be installed with lights facing up or down.
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is this an integrated LED fixture?
A shopper on Apr 30, 2020
BEST ANSWER: The bulbs are replaceable in this wall sconce.
is this fixture dimmable? Can LED bulbs be used?
A shopper on Apr 30, 2020
BEST ANSWER: You can dim this sconce.
What is the height of the glass shades?
A shopper on Apr 10, 2020
BEST ANSWER: The shades on the sconce are about 6 inches tall.
Can the tube be installed facing down?
Lu Z on Jul 28, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Yes - this wall sconce can be installed facing downwards as well.
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Love it Love it Love it. Well made and looks just beautiful!
Arrived quickly and with no negative issues at all.

Pros: Easy To Change Bulb, Stable Design, Great Illumination, Stylish, Quality Construction, Easy To Hang
January 1, 2016