Andalusian octagonal ceiling lamp with bars and domes of pierced iron and colorful crystal
- Multicolor (blue, yellow, red and green)
- Multicolored combination with transparent
INCLUDED: Black electric pendant (ceiling rose, lamp holder and 80 cm cable)
Total height: 43 cm (Hanger: 4 cm)
Max. diameter: 20 cm
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|Total Height||43 cm|
Andalusian octagonal lamp with eight bars, two domes and a decorative wrought iron and glass in various colors (blue, mustard, red, green) and other transparent glass with alternating colors.
The package includes Andalusian octagonal lamp with two domes of Moroccan style of wrought iron and colored glass (does not include chain for hanging).
How to use:
Crystal lamps are provided with a door for easy wiring. Cable is inserted from an upper hole in the lamp and exits from the door, then the cable is coupled with cap and placed bulb. Once the wiring is done, cap and bulb are entered inside the lamp and the door can be closed.
* Crystal lamps' doors are meant to be use ocasionally to maintain the functionality of the lamp, and should be open and close carefully.
History and origin:
Light is a very important element in the decoration of the Arabic world. This Andalusian octagonal lamp of iron and colored glass with doms and bars will introduce a set of reflections of light colors creating a romantic and very relaxing atmospher.
This type of lamp can be used both to illuminate the light on and off to decorate our home. They are ideal for the living room and bedroom to create a relaxing and romantic atmospher.
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