TNL BISTRO ANTIQUE BRASS 3 LIGHT CEILING FITTING WITH MARBLE GLASS SHADES

TNL BISTRO ANTIQUE BRASS 3 LIGHT CEILING FITTING WITH MARBLE GLASS SHADES

£76.00

Wattage: 3 x 7w

Lamp type: E 27 LED-Golf Ball (lamps not included)

Dimmable with compatible lamp

Class 1 (earthed)

Out of stock

SKU: 1593-3AB Category:
This Bistro antique brass 3 light ceiling fitting with acid glass shades has a simplistic look that will add add a retro feel to any dining room or kitchen. Reminiscent of the style of classic diners and bistros, the ceiling light comprises of three classic art deco shades finished in a traditional antique brass, with acid glass to provide clean lighting effects. This ceiling light brings a distinctive and elegant style to any setting, and the chain can be adjusted for different ceiling heights. Also available in satin silver (1593-3SS)

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Delivery to UK registered addresses only.

Returns & Faults policy only

We offer an exchange policy only.
The fixture cannot have been installed or modi!ed in any way and must be returned in its original packaging complete with lamps (if applicable). Any damages must be reported within 48 hours.
Damaged goods will be collected by our carrier at our expense.
Any items to be returned due to unsuitability must be returned at the expense of the customer by registered means.
Please retain your proof of postage.

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