This 12-light, hand forged, wrought iron chandelier offers a rich and easy effect with its display. The dimensions of this creative piece are 36î wide x 36î high and leaves no area of your surroundings un-touched by its brilliance. The chandelier presents in an espresso brown to ensure a compatibility to any dÈcor or atmosphere. You may choose to have an ironworkers rust finish or a brazen black finish.
The artisan has designed this chandelier as a single tier piece with the base finished out as a circular, hand forged housing for your 12 light sockets. This base has been given an extra level of attention with its center displaying the skilled design of forged scrollwork. It is a classic piece.
Choose your lighting covers from a variety of options that include the resin honey collection. This style emulates the look of melting wax and gives the chandelier an authentic air. The sockets can tolerate up to 60 watts each. This chandelier is suspended by 3ft of iron links and a forged canopy plate. The 6î frosted glass collection and create an ambience, which is unique and compatible with any dÈcor. The white creates a lustrous luminance, the amber frosted glass offers a warmth and comfort sure to please, the daring red is mysterious and rich, while the turquoise is exquisite and insightful. Material:
Iron is a natural material that has been used for many centuries for many different purposes. Iron is a very sturdy metal that can be heated to high temperatures and formed into many different items. A blacksmith is a person who works with this medium and can create pieces that are both functional as well as being decorative. Light Covers:
This light fixture comes with your choice of light covers. Glass
is a transparent or translucent material that has no crystalline structure yet behaves like a solid. These light covers are made from recycled glass and are individually hand made pieces which may have some naturally occurring flaws to make each piece unique in beauty. Resin
can be a multitude of ingredients mixed together in a liquid form and then poured or injected into a mold to gain a desired shape. Resins are used for decorative applications, are light weight and cost effective. Rawhide
is natural material from an animal source that has many uses. Unlike leather, rawhide is not tanned so it remains stiff and can retain a shape much better. The treated hide has an opaque look that allows light to show through, making it a great material for lamp shades. Customization:
This fixture is part of a custom series that is put into production upon order. If you would like further customization from what is presented, including size, number of lights and finish, please contact us with your specifications (Contact Us
), and we will provide a quote. Finish:
Actual color may vary slightly due to different computer monitor display settings.