|Bulb Base||Candelabra (E12)|
|Light Direction||Up Lighting|
|Number of Bulbs||6|
|Number of Tiers||1|
|Suggested Room Fit||Dining Room|
|Watts Per Bulb||40|
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AF Lighting 7901-6H Candice Olson "Lucy" Six-Light Chandelier with Cream Poly Silk Hard-Back Shades, Finished in Soft Gold
AF Lighting 7901-6H Features:
- Soft Gold with Cream Poly Silk Hard-Back Shades
- Uses (6) 40 Watt Candelabra Base Incandescent Bulbs (Not Included)
- Product Dimensions: 30"H x 30.5"W
- From the Candice Olson "Lucy" Collection
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Our SKU: 7901-6H
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5 Questions from the Community
I can't tell how the 7901-6h hangs. Does it have a chain?
is this chandelier a good size for a 60" long table. It will be installed into a small dining room. Is it too big for the small room. Ceiling are approx. 8' high.
I need this to be a swag...can it be?
I need this lighting to be a swag and will I be able to do that?
Where does the 30" h start at....from bottom to the top of what??