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By RosieKay from Kingwood, TX on Feb 24, 2011
Born with the research hound gene and having learned patience lately, I have looked and browsed through used, new, discount, clearance etc. for my dining room. Almost chose one at half the cost 2 years ago, but just didn't pounce on it. I'm an old POTC fan, mega-fan and wanted something so rustic and detailed it looked like it came off the Black Pearl or out of a castle. Almost did the tin ceiling thing too, but again, being patient we went for wood ceiling, painstakingly painted with metallic gold and espresso paints. It was the DETAIL, the scroll work, the size. The puny builder model 35 year old chandelier we've been living with and daily looking at and wanting something better was long enough. The time had come and stumbling into this chandelier I knew this was it. The candle sleeve globes are as tall as a soda can and a little slimmer. A little startling when I opened the box. Are they too small? Once all bits and pieces assembled, I guess those designers figured it out. They could be a little fatter in my book, but it looks great over our 4 ft square marble table. My hubby didn't like how the tube for sliding the wire through to the box in the ceiling was almost too tight. You must have at least a 30 inch high support box to hold the chandelier while installing and somebody with a flash light pointed in the right place for the person connecting wires and all. With 4 60 watt bulbs, when the dimmer is cranked up it is very bright, but when you can dial in the mood lighting, and the look of the chunky candle wax dripping and the glow it almost looks real. You just don't see the cool detail of this chandelier all at once until looking up toward the ceiling. The perfect match for the wood!!!!! If we had room for a formal larger dining table, I bet two of them would look super. Good Luck. So now finish the walls! HappySails from Kingwood.