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|Bulb Base||Medium (E26)|
|Bulb Type||Compact Fluorescent, Incandescent|
|Light Direction||Down Lighting|
|Number of Bulbs||3|
|Suggested Room Fit||Dining Room, Kitchen|
|Watts Per Bulb||100|
Transitional Three Light Down Lighting Island / Billiard Fixture from the Essex Collection
- Three light down lighting island / billiard fixture featuring opal etched glass
- Requires 3 100w Medium Base Bulbs (Not Included)
- Adjustable Heights: 9" / 21" / 33" / 45"
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Our SKU: RP21869
This product is listed under the following manufacturer number(s):
Oil Rubbed Bronze
*Denotes a finish or option that has been discontinued
14 Questions from the Community
Can you hang this on a vaulted (slanted) ceiling?
How wide is this fixture & what size are the globes?
How can it be adjusted to 9 inches and would this light be brighter than a light that has 4-50 watt halogen lights?
A. The Royce RP21869 is adjusted by threading the different stems into one another to reach the desired height. This fixture has the ability to be brighter than a 4-50 watt halogen light because you can install the energy efficient fluorescent bulbs and the equivalent wattage will be brighter. That is if the fluorescent equivalent is higher than 100 watts.
Do you have a fixture similar to this that would work on the slanted ceiling?
Does this product work with a dimmer?
what is the height of this light before any additional rods are added?
If using 3 100watt bulbs (not fluorescent bulbs) would this fixture be brighter or similar to 4-50 watt halogen lights?
What is the size of the globes-diameter
Would the Royce RP21869 be suitable for a bathroom?
what color/finish are the globes?
Can this be mounted on slanted ceilings?
Is the bronze metal on the fixture 30" wide or is it 30" from end of one globe to the the end of other globe.
What is the minimum height on this product?
can it be installed with no rods?