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Kichler Lacey Mission Bronze Twelve-Light Chandelier


Bellacor Number: 524628


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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
  • Double shades made of decorative meshed screens and opal inner glass.
 
PRODUCT SPECS
Bellacor Number:
524628
Finish:
Mission Bronze
Dimensions:
42"W x 32"H
Shade Dimensions:
6"W x 4.63"H
Style:
Transitional
Voltage:
110 to 120 Volt
Bulb/Watt:
12 - 60 watt Candelabra bulbs
Weight:
49.1 Lbs
Certification:
Usage:
Interior
UPC:
783927305747
Brand SKU:
42383MIZ
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