Progress Lighting prop4179 Santiago 9 Light Chandelier

Progress Lighting Santiago P4179

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Progress Lighting prop4179 Santiago 9 Light Chandelier
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    Casual detail meets rustic design in the Santiago collection. Featuring spiraled detailing, scrolled arms, romantic Jasmine Mist glass and subtle forged iron twists. Nine-light, two-tier chandelier.

    Product Features:

  • Spiraled detailing, center column.
  • Scrolled arms enhanced by subtle twists.
  • Design Information:

  • Product Style : Traditional
  • Lamping:

  • Number of Bulbs : 9
  • Bulb Included : No
  • Light Source : Incandescent
  • Bulb Base : Candelabra
  • Bulb Max Wattage : 60
  • Fixture Max Wattage : 540
  • Voltage : 120
  • Dimensions And Weight:

  • Height : 29.25 Inch
  • Diameter : 32 Inch
  • Overall Heiht With Chain : 104 Inch
  • Wire Length : 180 Inch
  • Weight : 27.9 lbs
  • Certifications:

  • UL-CUL
  • Additional Information:

  • Room Location : Dining Room; Great Room
  • Install Location : Dry Location
  • Warranty : 1 year warranty
  • Country of Origin : China
MPN P4179
Manufacturer Progress Lighting
Collection Santiago
Country of Manufacture China
Lighting Type Chandeliers
Light Source Incandescent
Bulb Base Candelabra
Bulb Included No
Number Of Bulbs 9
Bulb Max Wattage 60
Max Wattage 540
Certifications UL-cUL
Voltage 120
Room Location Dining Room, Great Room
Install Location Dry Location
Style Traditional
Height 29.25
Diameter 32.00
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