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La Scala is a Rococo-inspired design with ornate arms and scrolls cast by hand from Schonbek family molds. Crystal shapes hark back to sixteenth-century chandeliers. Also Made with Swarovski Elements.
Clear Heritage Handcut
Wire Length (in inches): 126
Light Source: Incandescent Bulb
Bulbs not included
Chain Length (in inches): 40
Uses standard line volt dimmer
Some assembly required
For shipping outside of USA, please contact Bellacor customer service
Cleaning and Care Instructions: Every Schonbek product is of heirloom quality and will last for generations. To ensure it retains its brilliance and splendor for years to come, proper care and regular cleaning are necessary. It is recommended that Schonbek products, and particularly their crystal trim, be lightly dusted with a feather or lambswool duster, or soft brush every two months, or whenever it appears dull or dusty. Consult the fixtures trim diagram for detailed cleaning instructions list of approved cleaning solutions. Schonbeck fixtures should never be subjected to any chemical cleaning agents.
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