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Modern Glass Chandelier > $572.00 Mission Bronze Finish, Five Lights

Modern Glass Chandelier Modern Glass Chandelier

This modern glass chandelier offers a beautiful contrast, melding the charm of Old World style with clean modern-day materials. It has a new mission bronze finish and bold, unadorned rounded-arm styling. The lovely chandelier possesses avant-garde double shades made of decorative mesh screens and opal inner glass. This chandelier does blend with any décor from classic to modern. Designers highly recommend to place it in a dinning room, kitchen, living room, bedroom, guest room. It requires five candelabra base B10, 60W bulbs. It provides a lot of light to illuminate the entire room and even its darkest corner. This chandelier is quite easy to install despite its large sizes. Plus you can do everything by yourself. It is a high-quality chandelier and its price is fair. This beautiful modern glass chandelier is ready to illuminate and decorate your living space today, tomorrow and for many years.

Latest Price $572.00

Chandelier Specifications

BRANDITEM WEIGHTDIMENSIONESMATERIALFINISH# OF LIGHTSDIRECTION
Kichler Lighting18.5 pounds25 x 25.8 inchesGlassBronze5Up

Review quotes of real buyers

“We wanted to change the look of our dining room and this chandelier is perfect. Arrived in perfect condition …was easy to install and looks just like we hoped!”

“Absolutely gorgeous, everything I’d hoped for!”

“We’ve chosen the Lacey style from Kichler for multiple fixtures, and we really like the style. This was our first chandelier and we’re very pleased with the quality, the appearance and it was easy to install. There’s a little bit of “assembly” (if you can call it that) – after unpacking the very carefully packed fixture you have to straighten out the five arms (they come folded up a little), then screw on the glass shades and then put the mesh shades on top. Took 15-20 minutes, the longest part being the actual unpacking. My larger (man) hands had a little trouble reaching in the glass shades to thread the rings that secure the shade into place, but don’t worry too much about that – I got all 5 on without stripping any. After that it was easy. Very happy”

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