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Schonbek New Orleans 24" Wide Swarovski Crystal Chandelier

- Style # 00673
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The New Orleans chandelier puts on a show with a cascade of sparkling Swarovski crystal.

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Schonbek New Orleans 24" Wide Swarovski Crystal Chandelier
Schonbek New Orleans 24&quot; Wide Swarovski Crystal Chandelier
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Schonbek's New Orleans Collection is made for the homeowner unafraid of making a brilliant display. This crystal chandelier offers the opulence of French Baroque styling in all its glory. The ornate frame, cut crystal column and dizzying array of crystal shapes conspire to inspire the senses.

  • Heirloom bronze finish.
  • Swarovski Elements Golden Teak crystal.
  • A crystal chandelier design by Schonbek.
  • Takes seven 60 watt candelabra bulbs (not included).
  • 24" wide.
  • 27" high.
  • Includes 40" of chain, 122" of lead wire.
  • Hang weight of 16 lbs.
  • Sloped ceiling adaptable.

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Wow, what a beauty!
My daughter and son-law had this installed in the high ceiling entry-way. All I can say is, WOW! They told me it was difficult to install because of the weight, but well worth it - really a "show-decor" with a beautiful ambient effect.

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

Cons: Hard To Hang, Heavy, Sways Easily

Best Uses: Primary Light Source, Decoration, High Ceilings
November 17, 2014
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