Fredrick Ramond FR45604FBZ French Bronze Mime 36" Height 4 Light Chandelier

Item #: BCI2175050

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Finish:
French Bronze
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Discontinued

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Technical Specs

Specification Sheet
Bulb Base Candelabra (E12)
Bulb Type Incandescent
Canopy Width 5.25
Chain length 120
Chandelier Type Drum
Characteristics Crystal
Collection Mime
Energy Star No
Genre Transitional
Height 36
Light Direction Up / Down Lighting
Material Steel
Number of Bulbs 4
Number of Tiers 1
Style Transitional
Suggested Room Fit Dining Room, Living Room
UL Listed Yes
UL Rating Dry Location
Voltage 120
Wattage 240
Watts Per Bulb 60
Width 24
Wire Length 144

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  • Bulbs recommended

Add a touch of class to your home with this spectacular 4 light mid-sized chandelier.

Features:

  • Translucent Amber Shade accompanies the French Bronze Finish
  • Sheer Organza Double Hardback Shade accompanies the Brushed Nickel Finish
  • Glass Drop Accents
  • Steel Material

Specifications:

  • Number of Bulbs: 4
  • Bulb Base: Candelabra
  • Bulb Type: Incandescent
  • Watts Per Bulb: 60
  • Wattage: 240
  • Voltage: 120
  • Height: 36"
  • Width: 24"
  • Canopy Width: 5.25"
  • Chain Length: 120
  • Wire Length: 144
  • Energy Star: No
  • UL Listed: Yes
  • UL Rating: Dry Location

Additional Fredrick Ramond Links

Our SKU: FR45604

This product is listed under the following manufacturer number(s):

  • Brushed Nickel
    FR45604BNI
  • French Bronze
    FR45604FBZ

*Denotes a finish or option that has been discontinued

1 Question from the Community

  • You can use electricians pliers to cut links out then close links.

    What tool can be used to take links out of the chain?

    A. You can use electricians pliers to cut links out then close links.

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