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Troy Lighting F4844: One Light Mini Pendant, 14.5" x 7", Dark Bronze
- This Industrial style Pendant from the Village Tavern collection by Troy Lighting is made with Hand-Worked Iron in a Old Tavern Iron finish
- Requires 1 x 60-watt E26 Medium base Incandescent bulb (not included) - UL certified in compliance with nationally recognized product safety standards - Suitable for indoor locations only
- Use of included 6" stem is optional
Troy Lighting F4837: Six Light Pendant, 28.5" x 24", Dark Bronze
- This Classic style Pendant from the Carousel collection by Troy Lighting is made with Hand-Worked Iron in a Provence Bronze finish and Linen Hardback Linen
- Requires 6 x 60-watt E12 Candelabra base Incandescent bulbs (not included) - UL certified in compliance with nationally recognized product safety standards
- Included Canopy Measures as 5.25"Diameter x 1"Thick
Troy Lighting F6527 Dana Point Outdoor Pendant, Textured Black
- Thoughtfully designed using stainless steel in a Textured Black finish with a clear glass shade.
- Energy-efficient, incandescent light source requires 3 x 60-watt E12 Candelabra Base Incandescent bulbs (not included). 25% Less energy is consumed than traditional incandescent bulbs.
- This exterior lighting fixture is wet location rated and can be used in outdoor areas directly exposed to water such as walkways, landscapes, driveways, porches, patios.
Troy Lighting F6305 Sawyer Chandelier, Forged Iron
- Thoughtfully designed using hand-worked iron in a Forged Iron finish.
- Energy-efficient, incandescent light source requires 5 x 60-watt E12 Candelabra Base Incandescent bulbs (not included). 25% Less energy is consumed than traditional incandescent bulbs.
- Chandeliers illuminate a room with direct light while serving as a decorative design element. Suspended from the ceiling, chandeliers are ideal for dining rooms, hallways, entryways, foyers, kitchens, living rooms.
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