What should you look for when buying mirrea Sputnik Chandelier Vintage Edison Light Fixture Industrial Starburst Lighting?
This vintage metal chandelier, with sloped ceiling adaptor, is of medium size with 28in diameter. This sputnik lamp is easy to assemble and install, all wiring jobs within fixture are done in-house. UL listed lamp socket and electric wire are used in this 12 lights chandelier for safety and reliability guarantee, even 60w vintage Edison bulb per socket BULBS NOT INCLUDED only use 75 current capacity of the UL listed electric wire. 40w vintage Edison bulb is recommended because 40w*12 is bright enough. One Year Money Back Guarantee. We offer free standard shipping and replacement for a broken product in one year. This chandelier light works well with a dimmer switch if the bulb is filament bulb, please check the power rating of the dimmer switch before using together.
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12 bulbs surround a chrome finish metal ball in the center, add vintage character to any interior with its trendy look, especially gorgeous for a living room, dining room, but also beautiful for the cafe bar. Industrial sputnik arm with lamp socket and bare shade reveal and maximize vintage Edison bulb light.
The wirings within light fixture are done in-house, all you need to do is pushing the wire into the center ball, and then screwing on the branch one by one.
Customer reviewsBeautiful, cool chandelier
Looked for a chandelier like this for a long time. Purchased one after seeing a similar one at Lowes, but I had buyer's remorse as it was 400. Hopped online on Amazon, and was a bit worried as there were sparse reviews of this particular chandelier. Purchased it in hopes it would do the job and look good. My ceiling heights are around 9 feet, so I didn't want something huge - looked at another model that was gigantic. This chandelier came well-packaged, lots of wires and poles, which seemed daunting at first. My package contained white cotton gloves which was a nice touch, and offered protection from leaving prints on the chandelier by my greasy, oily hands. At first, it was difficult to twist all the protruding poles onto the center ball because the gloves were so slick. So I grabbed a silicone hot-plate trivet to aid in giving me grip without leaving hand prints on the chandelier, which did the trick. Wiring and installation was fairly simple. From start to finish, it took me about 1.25 hours. I used Edison-style dimmable LED bulbs, which look great. I'm very happy with this purchase, as is my wife, who is a tough critic.