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Interlocking Suspended Rings of Light - Gold Leaf Double Ring LED Pendant
Interwoven Circles Suspended from Tensile Wires
Product Ref: 41313From £278.95 inc VAT
This double ring pendant is finished in gold leaf, formed from a twisted design which gives the optical illusion of being two rings. There is an acrylic diffuser to the bottom which hides the integrated LED lamp. You can see the finish on the close-up photographs and how it looks both lit and unlit.
Ideal for installation over a dining table, breakfast bar or in a hallway for example. The three tensile wires can be adjusted at installation to suit your ceiling height from a maximum drop of 1700mm to a minimum drop of 480mm.
Low maintenance costs and energy efficient. Warm white integrated LED 33 watts and 3,000k, 1650 lumen.
|Lamp Type||Long Life LED light source|
|Adjustable Height||Yes – at time of installation|
|Wiring Details||Class 2 - Double Insulated - Requires no Earth Connection|
|Kelvin||3000°K - Warm White|
Would lamp light a room size 4 x 4.500 metres with high ceiling?
Is it possible to do this chandelier bigger, 70cm for example?
Does the suspension have to be 1700mm or can it be reduced to say 800mm?
What is the life of the led lamp /light source please. Are the led 'lamps' replaceable within the light fittings . If so are replacement 'lamps' available.
1. Is the double ring LED pendant viable in a larger size?
2. Is it available in or to the US?
Do you ship to Australia and is it comparable with 240v?
I would like to use this fitting, it would though need to be incorporated with a Lutron system ...that is totally dimmable
Is this dimmable and what is the weight of this light?