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Madeline Bosch

Maybe it was user error but we had a hard time installing this on the ceiling. The metal brackets were hard to screw into place. After a lot of elbow grease we got it installed. Love the design of this fixture. We went with soft white bulbs and it gives off a warm glow. Overall happy with this purchase for the price.


Looks exactly like the pictures, it really transformed my kitchen!


I absolutely LOVE this chandelier. I spent weeks looking at mid-century style globe chandeliers with a quality brass finish, which allowed me to put in my own bulbs, was dimmable and had enough globes to light up my dark foyer. Finally found this one, and though it initially cost more than I was hoping to spend, I realized that all the other fixtures I also liked were at least 2x the price and I didn't want to spend upwards of $800 on a light just for the entryway. The packaging was amazing compared to many other lights I've purchased, with each globe nested in its own styrofoam hollow and the rest of the light completely separated in another layer so nothing would crack in transit. You do have to assemble most of it, with the globes / stems / base / junction box adapter all separate, and but it was pretty straightforward. They also included everything to tie off and wrap the electric wires (though they included heat shrink tubing for wrapping the wires and I used my own electrical tape since I don't have a heat gun), along with wire nuts and screws for the junction box. As someone who is not a pro electrician but who has installed several light fixtures in my oddball house, I did rely heavily on the video they provide in this listing on Amazon for installation even though there were some aspects of my house's wiring that I ended up having to figure out on my own. Tip: the video shows the bare copper ground wire already attached to the fixture, but it comes separately in the package - I just hooked the hoop end over the center of the fixture's base and screwed it down with the central nut, and wrapped the other end around the green ground screw on the junction box - photos 2 and 3 show stripey shadows inside the glass globes when the light is on, that's not a fault of the fixture but because of the Edison-style tapered LED candelabra bulbs I had put inside, which I plan to swap out with regular globe-style frosted E12 LED bulbs.pps - ignore the slightly asymmetrical appearance in photo 3, you can adjust the individual arms when putting it together and even after installation if you don't over-tighten them.



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