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Emery Downlight Island Chandelier by Quoizel ER353BN
Emery Downlight Island Chandelier by Quoizel ER353BN
Emery Downlight Island Chandelier by Quoizel ER353BN
Emery Downlight Island Chandelier by Quoizel ER353BN
Emery Downlight Island Chandelier by Quoizel ER353BN
Emery Downlight Island Chandelier by Quoizel ER353BN
Emery Downlight Island Chandelier by Quoizel ER353BN
Emery Downlight Island Chandelier by Quoizel ER353BN

Emery Downlight Island Chandelier by Quoizel ER353BN

Regular price
$210.00
Sale price
$210.00
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We have 1 available.

This product is a previously owned Emery downlight island chandelier by Quoizel model ER353BN. It is an antique Americana style fixture made of steel with a brushed nickel finish. The fixture has 3 downlights that use 3-100 watt A19-type incandescent bulbs. This product has been tested by our staff and is in working condition.

Dimensions:
23.5" Tall, 52.5" Long, 13" Wide

Please note that there are some small rust spots on the chandelier as well as some scratching from previous use. Please see the up close photos for details.

The photos included in this listing show the item you will receive.  Listing includes only what is pictured and no additional items are included. Please review this listing carefully, and raise any questions before purchasing. Our staff works 9 am – 5 pm Monday – Friday, and will respond as quickly as possible. 


Low-contact pick-up will be available during open warehouse hours: Monday – Sunday 12-5 pm. Please pick up your items within 5 days of the date of purchase.

Items can be returned within 3 weeks of purchase. Please be aware that there is a 25% restocking fee for returned items at the time of the refund. 

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