16 1/2" Wide 10 Light Candle Style Chandelier from the Roman Empire Collection
Echoing the pageantry of Napoleon, Roman Empire is crowned by Bohemian cut crystal laurel leaves that are inspired by a crystal ornament designed by Schonbek a hundred years ago.
- Available in Spectra (A) and Swarovski (S) crystal options
- Requires (10) B10 60W incandescent bulbs
- Supplied with 40" of chain and 127" of wire
- Height: 20 1/2" (measured from ceiling to bottom most point of fixture)
- Width: 16 1/2" (measured from furthest point left to furthest point right on fixture)
- Diameter: 16 1/2"
- Product Weight: 12 lbs
- Chain Length: 40"
- Wire Length: 127"
- Number of Tiers: 1
- Number of Bulbs: 10
- Bulb Type: Incandescent
- Bulb Base: Candelabra (E12)
- Bulb Included: No
- Watts Per Bulb: 60
- Wattage: 600
- Voltage: 110v
- Crystals from Swarovski® Available in a myriad of colors, effects, shapes, and sizes, crystals from Swarovski offer designers a fabulous palette of inspiration, and are produced according to the innovative, lead-free* Advanced Crystal standard. Born out of a passion for detail and high-precision cutting, these precious ingredients impart refined glamour to everything they embellish. They can be recognized by the 'Crystals from Swarovski®' Seal, which serves as a certificate of authenticity that identifies products made with genuine Swarovski crystals.
- Spectra® Crystal Spectra Crystal stands for machine cut Swarovski crystal with reliable Swarovski quality. SPECTRA® CRYSTAL has been a registered trademark since 1999 and offers the most important cuts in clear crystals.
About Schonbek: Since 1870, Schonbek® has been synonymous with authentic handcrafted crystal chandeliers of the highest heirloom quality. Each creation is a radiant masterpiece of elegance and opulence, designed to illuminate generations to come.
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