Werregue Collection Las Palmas Pendant

$2,975.00

This design represents the very werregue palms from which these pieces are woven. The palm patterning can reflect either a flower or a spike, depending on the angle viewed.

Given the nature and story of these Werregue palm pendants, the tightly woven fiber results in an opaque shade, with a focused spot light emanating from the bottom mouth of the fixture.

Leadtime 1-2 weeks.

Each pendant is one-of-a-kind.

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OVERALL DIMENSIONS
24″ Ø x 19″ h
61cm Ø x 48cm h

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

MATERIALS
Werregue Palm Fiber
Brass hardware

LAMPING
Single Socket
Bulbrite, G25, E26 LED (bulb included)
8.5W | 60W Equivalent
800 Lumens
2700K | CRI 90
Fully compatible dimming

SUSPENSION
3’ cloth cord and suspension wire
Can also be customized to any length upon request.

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

WEIGHT
5 lbs – 10 lbs
2 kgs – 5 kgs

LEADTIME
1-2 weeks

Given the nature and story of these Werregue palm pendants, the tightly woven fiber results in an opaque shade, with a focused spot light emanating from the bottom mouth of the fixture.

Each pendant is one-of-a-kind.

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Weight30 lbs

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