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Modern Crystal Ceiling Light Flush Mount Chrome Drum Shade

SKU:DX-TS7037-4CU-CH

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$129.00

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    Boasting a chrome finish, the flush mount ceiling light brightens up your interior with a bit of bling. Crafting of silky white gauze, the semi-transparent drum shade of the ceiling light creates a dreamlike ambiance in your home decor.

    With 37 glittering crystal bead garland strands featuring raindrop crystal pendant prisms, the ceiling light adds a glamorous touch to your aesthetic. It is an eye-catching addition to your overall design scheme with its boost of sparkle. It is a dramatic piece for gracing living room, bedroom and dining room.

    Compatible with four 60-watt E12-based bulbs (NOT included). Fully dimmable with compatible dimmer switch. Dim the ceiling light down from ambient lighting to a soft gleam to create a romantic atmosphere.

    ETL listed for dry locations. A hardwired connection is applicable to the ceiling light. All parts are included for easy installation.

    Dimension: 13.38 inches high * 18.5 inches wide; canopy: 12.59 inches.

    Claxy offers a two-year warranty against workmanship and material defects.

    Weight5 kg
    Dimensions50 × 50 × 27 cm
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    E12

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    ETL

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    3.5 KG

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    CLAXY

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