Classic Lighting 57205 MS S Princeton II 5 Light Chandelier In Millennium Silver With Swarovski Elements Crystal

Classic Lighting Princeton II 57205 MS S 729587356675

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    Borrowing designs from the late 17th Century Spanish Renaissance period when chandeliers were made of heavy bronze castings, Classic put together this Princeton II series. These bold sculptured chandeliers are excellent statement pieces for entry foyers, great rooms or formal dining rooms.

    Design Information:

  • Crystal Color : Swarovski Elements
  • Lamping:

  • Number of Bulbs : 5
  • Bulb Included : No
  • Light Source : Incandescent
  • Bulb Base : candelabra
  • Bulb Max Wattage : 60
  • Voltage : 120
  • Dimensions And Weight:

  • Length : 25 Inch
  • Height : 18 Inch
  • Width : 25 Inch
  • Length of Chain/Cable : 36 Inch
  • Weight : 25 lbs
  • Certifications:

  • UL
  • Additional Information:

  • Shipped Via : Ground
  • Country of Origin : Spain
MPN 57205 MS S
UPC / GTIN 729587356675
Manufacturer Classic Lighting
Collection Princeton II
Finish Millennium Silver
Lighting Type Chandeliers
Light Source Incandescent
Bulb Base Candelabra
Bulb Included No
Number Of Bulbs 5
Bulb Max Wattage 60
Max Wattage 300
Certifications UL
Crystal Color Swarovski Elements
Voltage 120
Length 25.00
Width 25.00
Height 18.00
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