This gently used Hubbardton Forge 'Wren' linear chandelier in a 'dark smoke' finish with opal glass is a very well made and elegant lighting solution. Great for a long dining table or over a large island, this fixture is adjustable from 37" to 48" heights and can be mounted on a sloped ceiling (installation on a sloped ceiling requires the light fixture to be aligned parallel to the slope.)
This light has been tested by our staff and is in working condition. The fixture can use either G9 halogen or LED lightbulbs. When using halogen bulbs, the included frosted bulb covers should be used, but are not necessary with LED replacements.
This fixture typically retails new for more than $2,600.
36.25" High (as currently adjusted) x 40" Long
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