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Mid-Century Retro Brass Glass Ceiling Lights Modern Semi Flush Mount


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The semi flush mount ceiling light’s canopy and lamp holder are coated in a brushed brass finish, revitalizing your living space with its a touch of glitz. Featuring exquisite workmanship, the metal canopy and lamp holder of the ceiling light are solid, durable and rustproof.

Crafted of impurity-free hand-blown glass, the ceiling light’s clear glass drum shade gives your aesthetic an effortless mid-century modern appeal with excellent light transmittance. Whether standing alone, or arranged in a row, it is often the ideal overhead lighting solution.

Being a graceful addition to your overall decor scheme, it is a stylish piece for your kitchen, bathroom, dining room, living room, bedroom, entryway, and hallway. Compatible with one 40-watt E26-based bulb (NOT included).

Fully dimmable with a compatible dimmer switch and a dimmable bulb. It emits a lovely glow throughout your space, creating a calming ambiance in your home. ETL listed for dry locations. A hardwired connection is applicable to the ceiling light.

Dimension: 10.6 inches high * 7.87 inches wide; canopy: 4.92 inches. Claxy offers a two-year warranty against workmanship and material defects.


Weight1.5 kg
Dimensions36 × 25 × 25 cm
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  1. Laura Williams

    Great product! I would buy this again!

  2. kari

    Perfect entry way light!

  3. Colby Peck

    Great quality…it looks much more expensive than it is!

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