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Vintage Nemo (1974) Swag Pattern Glass Pendant Light
Vintage Nemo (1974) Swag Pattern Glass Pendant Light
Vintage Nemo (1974) Swag Pattern Glass Pendant Light
Vintage Nemo (1974) Swag Pattern Glass Pendant Light
Vintage Nemo (1974) Swag Pattern Glass Pendant Light
Vintage Nemo (1974) Swag Pattern Glass Pendant Light
Vintage Nemo (1974) Swag Pattern Glass Pendant Light
Vintage Nemo (1974) Swag Pattern Glass Pendant Light

Vintage Nemo (1974) Swag Pattern Glass Pendant Light

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$145.00
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This previously owned light fixture is marked 'Nemo 1974' and features rippling, swag pattern glass in an enclosed, elongated teardrop-shaped pendant for a single light bulb. It hangs from a chain and its Hollywood Regency styling ends with a pronounced metal finial accent below. 

Dimensions:

Pendant is 19" long (not including approx 13" hanging chain), 7" Wide

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