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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
    This Colonial twelve-light chandelier combines simple hand-bent arms and slightly more decorative columns and arm scrolls with an exquisite satin pewter finish. Please note this fixture includes 72” of chain.
  • Handcrafted in the United States since 1905
SELECTED FINISH
Satin Pewter



JAMESTOWN COLLECTION




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Framburg Jamestown Satin Pewter Twelve-Light Chandelier


Bellacor Number: 101170


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PRODUCT DETAILS
  • Bellacor Number:
    101170
  • Finish:
    Satin Pewter
  • Bulb/Watt:
    12 - 60 watt Candelabra bulbs
  • Weight:
    36.0 Lbs
  • Certification:
    UL, CUL
  • Usage:
    Interior
  • Brand SKU:
    9132SP
  • Brand:
    Framburg
  • Collection:
    Jamestown
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*Due to manufacturer policies, additional discounts cannot be applied to this item. Clearance, overstock and temporary price cut items are not eligible for discounts.


 

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