|Bulb Base||Medium (E26)|
|Bulb Type||Compact Fluorescent, Incandescent|
|Light Direction||Down Lighting|
|Number of Bulbs||1|
|Pendant Type||Bowl Shaped|
|Shade Shape||Bell, Dome|
|Suggested Room Fit||Bathroom, Dining Room, Living Room|
|UL Rating||Damp Location|
|Watts Per Bulb||150|
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Capital Lighting 3907 1 Light Bowl Pendant
Simple and elegant, this gorgeous bowl pendant features White Faux Alabaster glass hanging from fine metal hardware and chain. This pendant will add beauty and style to any room in your home.
Capital Lighting 3907 Features:
- Bowl Shaped White Faux Alabaster Glass Shade
- Bowl Pendant
- Traditional Style
- Includes 60" of Chain and 120" of Wire
Capital Lighting 3907 Specifications:
- Number of Bulbs: 1
- Watts Per Bulb: 150
- Wattage: 150
- Bulb Base: Medium
- Height: 9"
- Width: 15"
- Canopy Dimensions: 4.96" Length x 4.96" Width x 1.02" Extension
- UL Listed: Damp Location
A family-owned company located just outside Atlanta, Georgia, Capital Lighting prides itself in delivering stylish, high-quality products at affordable prices. Beginning with design concepts from popular home fashions, they transform these ideas into lighting fixtures that blend timeless beauty with today's styling. From the casting and forging to the hand-painted finishes and fine details, Capital Lighting strives to make their products the best in the industry.
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Our SKU: 3907
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