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Home Lighting is proud to present this historic bronze finished kitchen chandelier, by Hudson Valley Lighting. The 2212-HB is made from premium materials, this Kitchen Chandelier offers great function and value for your home. This fixture is part of Hudson Valley Lighting's decorative Pelham Collection, so make sure to check out other industrial fixtures to accessorize your room.
Hudson Valley Lighting Pelham-Pendant

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(806134011888 - 527298)
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Price: $964.00

Originally $1,446.00


Vintage utility lighting acquires chic sophistication when dressed in Pelham’s premium finishes. These inspired fixtures possess all the prized functionality of the industrial originals. Domed shades adjust to aim a broad array of light exactly where it
4 Finish Options:
Finish: Historic Bronze Finish
Collection: Pelham
Light Source: A19 Medium Base
Introduction Date: 1/1/01
Style: Industrial
Height: 25"
Wire: 96
Diameter: 14"
Weight: 13lbs.
Bulbs: 1
Max Watts: 150
Voltage: 120v
Shipping: L:28"x W:16"x H:14"-13lbs.

• Auburn tones evoke the richness of sun-cured burley tobacco in our Historic Bronze finish. Light oxide coaxes the warmth of the fixture’s brass base to shine through the patina’s smoky haze. Satin coatings retain a natural feel on the finished product.

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Having established Hudson Valley Lighting as a premier manufacturer of high-grade, fashion-forward interior lighting, David has worked over the past decade to discover opportunities for Littman Brands to broaden its product offering. In 2001, he purchased Troy Lighting and Troy Contract & Hospitality, establishing the first west coast manufacturing base for Littman Brands. Troy, a respected name in decorative lighting since 1963, distinguishes its designs with natural materials, such as rope, leather, wood, and forged-iron. Many Troy fixtures apply natural materials to industrial inspirations to create the much sought “industrial chic” look.