Justice Design Group Fusion Sonoma Eight Light Two Tier Chandelier On SALE
 
SAVE
15%
today
Exclusive Private Sale at Bellacor.com
*Offer valid for first-time email subscribers only. You can unsubscribe at any time. A one-time 15% offer promo code valid for 30 days.
Promo code restrictions apply.
Thank You
for Subscribing
Your email address is already subscribed Your email address is already subscribed
Check your Spam or Promotions folder.
-z-

LIGHTING
FURNITURE
DECOR
FANS
BATH
KITCHEN
BEDDING
OUTDOOR
KIDS
SALE & CLEARANCE
SHOP
CART







Justice Design Group Fusion Sonoma Eight-Light Two-Tier Chandelier

Bellacor Number: 544951


Sale Price:
Regular Price:
Compare at:
You Save:
$998.00*
$1,168.00
$1,373.00*
27% ($375.00)


 Quantity

   ADD TO CART
Free Shipping
On orders over $75  
Usually Ships in 2 to 4 weeks  
Threshold delivery service  
Houzz

  • Brushed Nickel Finish
  • 36 Inches High
  • 27 Inches Wide
  • 27 Inches Deep
  • 8 - 60 Watt Type G-16 1/2 Bulbs
  • Weight: 40 LBS






 

- DESCRIPTION -
  • Shade Material: Artisan Glass
  • Includes 6 feet of chain and 10 feet of wire
  • Supplemental mounting support required independent of j-box
  • Canopy: .75 inch H x 5 inch Dia.
Disclaimers:  *Due to manufacturer policies, additional discounts cannot be applied to this item. Clearance, doorbusters, hot buys, overstock and temporary price cut items are not eligible for discounts.


SHOW MORE
 


 

- SPECIFICATIONS -
Bellacor Number:
544951
Finish:
Brushed Nickel
Dimensions:
27"W x 36"H x 27"D
Style:
Contemporary
Voltage:
110 to 120 Volt
Bulb/Watt:
8 - 60 watt Type G-16 1/2 bulbs
Compare Brightness:
Weight:
40.0 Lbs
Certification:
Usage:
Interior Damp
UPC:
784689445559
Brand SKU:
FSN-8788-10-OPAL-NCKL
Brand:
Collection:

Resources:



*MORE INFO


 
 
- REVIEWS -
AccessDeniedAccess Denied7FFF6E708C5C96CF1lSz9G6V4jnqmduyRg6fTkVHvtF+2PW3zAq/U6N7IBTKSwFGG1jf5AubXb34xMGcJAO17VFaLa8=


 

 
- QUESTIONS & ANSWERS -


 

 

- OTHERS FOUND -

 
QUICK VIEW
The Fusion collection offers a selection
QUICK VIEW
This transitional approach to a classic













   View Desktop Site