Quebec Seven Light Cluster Chandelier

EL087/7C
  • £515.00

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  • Supporting small business
  • Established 2017

Beautiful Quebec in Canada hosts an annual ice sculpture festival as part of the famous Quebec City Winter Carnival, attracting up to a million visitors each season. It's regarded as having the most spectacular ice sculptures from across the globe and the craftmanship of the arts itself is the inspiration behind our Quebec Collection.

Looking as if carved from solid ice, our seven light cluster chandelier has glass faceted shades hanging elegantly from a black and polished silver nickel frame. It's circular top plate is also silver nickel which brings the whole piece together and it has a clever silver ring surrounding the support wires which creates the cluster effect. 

It's an elegant light with a contemporary feel, with just a little sparkle of romance added to the mix.

Other designs are available within the Quebec Collection.

Fitted Height: 23.2cm
Width: 33.3cm
Projection: 33.3cm
Finish: Polished Nickel, Clear Glass
Min / Max Drop: Min 35cm    Max 45.7cm
Chain / Chord / Wire Length: 457.2cm
Class: Class I
Number Of Lamps: 7
Maximum Wattage: 3.5v
Socket: G9 LED
LED Lamps Included:  Yes
Integrated LED No
LED Colour Temp 3000k
LED Lumens 320Lm
Voltage: 220 - 240v 50hz
Energy Rating: A++ - A
Material: Metal, Glass
Guarantee: 2 Years

 

*All fittings supplied, both interior and exterior, have a manufacturer’s minimum guarantee of 2 years.  This means that in normal and fair service, (and without incorrect or inappropriate installation or location), these items should have no fault develop within a minimum of 2 years from purchase.  Any fault that is found is covered by guarantee to be repaired or replaced at the supplier's cost, within this period.

Product Information

Colour
Silver

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