Granada Lanterns
Alhambra

$1,325.00$1,400.00

These lanterns, with their multitude of diamond-shaped panes (‘rombus’ is derived from the Spanish word for diamond), carry the Moorish spirit of the Spanish city in which they are made, translating it into a modernist silhouette.

Leadtime 8-10 weeks.

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Description

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DIMENSIONS
14″ Ø x 24″ h
35cm Ø x 60cm h

GLASS FINISHES
Clear Glass
Milk Glass

METAL FINISHES
Brass Patina
Silver Patina
Black Satin

LAMPING
E26 bulb, 60W max
Fully compatible dimming

CERTIFICATIONS
UL-listed (120V)
240V Available upon request

MOUNTING
Universal ceiling mount; hardwired

CANOPY DIMENSIONS
5” Ø x 1” h
13cm Ø x 2.5cm h

SUSPENSION
3ft | 1 meter of chain
Adjustable on site

Additional chain $10 per/ft

WEIGHT
8 lbs / 4 kg

LEADTIME
8-10 weeks.

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METAL FINISHES

BRASS PATINA

SILVER PATINA

BLACK SATIN

Additional information

Weight30 lbs

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