Featuring a trio of glass spheres floating asymmetrically beneath an elegant brushed brass finished cup and cylindrical rods, the Chapel pendant references Mid-Century-Modern design and entices with its contemporary simplicity.
Creating a sculptural statement, the Chapel pendant would be perfectly placed in a stair well or as a chic dining table centrepiece, creating a warm and romantic atmosphere with its gentle illumination.
Some Assembly Required | Weight: 3.00 kg
40cm Dia x 150cm H
Chain Length: 60cm
3 x E27 - Edison Screw - max 40w - Smart Bulb Compatible (bulb/s not included)
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