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ET2 E23137-10PC Spiral Curled Metal Tubing with K9 Crystal Drum

$392

ET2 E23137-10PC Spiral Curled Metal Tubing with K9 Crystal Drum

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Product description

Style:Modern

Product Description

The spiral Collection features curled metal tubing that shines like diamonds radiating in the sun. Strands of high quality K9 crystal beads add to the opulence of the fixture offering a distinct sparkle visible whether off or on. .

From the Manufacturer

Finish: Polished Chrome, Glass:Clear/White, Light Bulb:(10)40w T4 G9 120v Xenon The Spiral Collection's twisted metal tubing sparkles like diamonds in the sun. Strands of high quality K9 crystal beads add to the impact making this fixture look as brilliant on as it does off. Comes with 130' of wire. Can fit for sloped ceilings.

ET2 E23137-10PC Spiral Curled Metal Tubing with K9 Crystal Drum

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Ogden Centre for Fundamental Physics - West,
Department of Physics,
Durham University,
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Durham DH1 3LE
 
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