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Maxim Lighting

Oak Harbor 28" 5 Light Single-Tier Chandelier in Rustic Burnished

SKU# 2158 | MODEL# 21065FLRB


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      Product Summary:

      This 26" Single-Tier Chandelier is from the Maxim Lighting Oak Harbor Collection. A Transitional Contemporary Craftsman design with 5 lights adds beauty to any open space in your home.

      Product Description:

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      The Oak Harbor Transitional Style 26" Single-Tier Chandelier with 5 Lights and Scavo Glass Shades - Rustic Burnished has a bold look that would complement any home. Superior quality and design.

      Who is Maxim Lighting?

      With over 50 years of experience, Maxim Lighting's philosophy is simple: treat customers and employees like family, and never settle for less than excellence. As a result, Maxim Lighting attracts talented and creative designers who push the industry forward with an active catalog of over 4,000 innovative and functional pieces of art.

      Specs/Dimensions

      Base Shape: E26
      Bulb Type: E26 Medium Incandescent
      Bulbs Included: No
      Chain Length: 36"
      Collection: Oak Harbor
      Color Family: Black, Grey
      Dark Sky Rated: No
      Dimmable: Yes
      Energy Star: No
      Finish: Rustic Burnished
      Glass Finish: Frost Lichen
      Height: 26"
      Length: 28"
      Lumens: 5750
      Material: Steel
      Max Wattage: 60 W
      Number of Tiers: Single
      Overall Max Height: 100.5"
      Room Type: Bedroom, Living Room, Dining Room, Entryway
      Safety Rating: Dry
      Shade Material: Scavo Glass
      Style: Transitional, Contemporary, Craftsman
      Type: Single-Tier Chandelier
      UPC: 783209050044
      Voltage: 120 V
      Warranty: 1 Year
      Width: 28"
      Wire Length: 120"
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