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This mini pendant by Feiss is illuminated by one 100-watt frosted incandescent bulb. Part of the Maison de Ville collection.
This duomount pendant/semi-flush fixture hopes to capture the spirit of the French Versailles age of opulence. From the central faceted crystal spire to the slender and graceful curved arms adorned with multiple layers of hand-polished faceted crystals, this collection is rich with romantic detailing. Comes in a British Bronze finish.
Can be installed as a fixture or semi flush mount.
Item looked as pitured- very pretty and works really well in the space. I was a little overwhelmed when I realized how many crystals I had to install myself but once they were sorted it was no big deal.
Somewhat timid when I saw all the crystal I needed to assemble, but instructions clear, and I had prepared and bought a needlnose plier (saves wear and tear on manicure and fingertips) A little patience and it was done- electrician hung and voila, a fabulous looking pendant for my bedroom sitting area
The light is beautiful and a good price, but it took me nearly 1 1/2 hours to unpack, detangle and assemble the many crystal links and baubles. You will need a small pair of plyers to bend the wires or you will hurt your fingers. I used a pair of flat-nosed jewelry plyers and this was the perfect size. I had the light professionally installed, so I didn't do the electrical part.