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1_Mitzi Ellis 10 1/4" Wide Aged Brass LED Ceiling Light
2_Mitzi Ellis 10 1/4" Wide Aged Brass LED Ceiling Light
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Mitzi Ellis 10 1/4" Wide Aged Brass LED Ceiling Light

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The Ellis LED ceiling light by Hudson Valley combines aged brass and black finish tones with an opal matte glass shade to great effect.

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This high modern take on a vintage aesthetic creates a geometric tone in any room. The Mitzi collection by Hudson Valley Ellis LED ceiling light combines aged brass framing with a black finish disk accent that offsets the wavy tone of the opal matte glass shade. It's an ideal look for sophisticated vanity spaces, hallways, and more.

  • 10 1/4" wide x 9 1/2" high. Canopy is 7 1/2" wide. Weighs 10 lbs.
  • Includes one dimmable 4 watt G9 base LED bulb: 360 lumen light output, comparable to a 35 watt incandescent. 3000K color temperature. 90 CRI.
  • Ellis contemporary energy-efficient LED flushmount ceiling light from Mitzi collection by Hudson Valley.
  • Aged brass finish over steel construction. Black accents. Opal matte glass.
  • Dimmable with electronic low voltage dimmer (not included).
  • Glass shade is 8" high x 7 1/2" wide.
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Very difficult to install, but beautiful
You kind of have to blind install this. The clearance from the ceiling is very minimal, and it was difficult to reach the brass part that attaches to the ceiling with a screwdriver.
February 5, 2020
1 year ago