DESIGN CORNER

Dart 3-Light Chandelier

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Inspired by the Modernist architect Edward Dart, this collection features straight line frames finished in Satin Brass or Satin Nickel that support Satin White glass cylinders for a clean and modern look. The end of the frames turn up and end in an angle emphasizing a minimalist geometry popular in Modernist work.
Collection: Dart Click for Addtional Information on the Cubic Collection
Type: Mini Chandelier

Material: Steel & Glass

Glass: Satin White

Finish: Satin Nickel
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Finish Options
  • Satin Brass
  • Satin Nickel

LAMPING


Number of Bulb: 3

Light Type: Incandescent

Bulb Type: E26 Medium
An average rating, in hours, indicating when 50% of a large group of lamps have failed, when operated at nominal lamp voltage and current; manufacturers use 3 hours per start for fluorescent lamps and 10 hours per start for HID lamps when performing lamp life testing procedures; every lamp type has a unique mortality curve that depicts its average rated life. For Photo-Optic specialty lamps, average rated life refers to the operating period after which on statistical average, 50% of the lamps will perform within their specified values.
Bulb Max Wattage: 60

Total Wattage: 180

Bulb(s): Not Included

Photo Cell: N

Input Voltage: 120

MEASUREMENTS


Width: 22.25"

Height: 13.5"

Length: 22.25"

Max Overall Height: 60.5"

Min Overall Height: 18.5"

Wire Length: 120"

Hanging Weight: 5.91 lb.

Adjustable: Yes

UPS Shippable: Yes
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Canopy Width: 5"
Canopy Height: 1"
Canopy Length: 5"

CERTIFICATIONS/ OTHER


Safety Rating: Dry

Slope: 70

Finish: Satin Nickel

Material: Steel & Glass

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Inspired by the Modernist architect Edward Dart, this collection features straight line frames finished in Satin Brass or Satin Nickel that support Satin White glass cylinders for a clean and modern look. The end of the frames turn up and end in an angle emphasizing a minimalist geometry popular in Modernist work.