This three-light 'Fuscia' pendant cluster was designed by Italian Modernist Achille Castiglione for FLOS lighting in 1996. Each of the three clear, cone-shaped shades is made from blown glass with sandblasted edges. The cones have silicone ring bumpers around the bottom because the shades hang from individual rods to the same length and touch each other. Light bulbs fit into the ends of long white tubes inside each shade and the shades hang from a white powder coated, three-point canopy. Please note: Two cones each have one chip in the lower rim (see photos for detail).
Original retail price is $995. Made for a 20W R50 E14 bulb. We always recommend using energy efficient and cool operating LED bulbs. This light has been tested by our staff and is in working condition.
Each shade is 14" High x 6.5" Diameter. The rods are adjustable length.
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