Visual Comfort 'O'Connor' 3-Light Suspended Bowl Chandelier by AERIN (2 Available)

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This previously owned, 3-light bowl suspended bowl chandelier comes from the 'O'Connor' collection designed by AERIN for Visual Comfort. It features an alabaster stone bowl shade that is suspended by three separate brass chains that attach onto the inner brass ring frame of the chandelier which meet up at the canopy. This chandelier fits standard E12 candelabra bulbs. Original retail price is $2,999. 

We have 2 available. Sold individually.

Please note, there are a few scuff marks to the stone shade (see photos).


30.75" High x 16" Diameter


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