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Jute Macrame Chandelier

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Estimated Delivery Oct 25 - Oct 30th
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Item Description

The French 1920’s and nautical paraphernalia gave way to the inspiration of the Jute Chandelier. It is the perfect blend of design and material; bringing the outdoor environment indoors, giving these nautical pieces a very natural feel.

About Jamie Young

With a love of unique materials and a passion for quality craftsmanship, it's no wonder that Jamie Young Co products are a favorite among interior designers. Their designs are influenced by travel, art and history, while also taking into account modern trends. Jamie Young Co pieces lend a timeless, understated sophistication to any interior.
  • Cord: 8' Brown cloth cord
  • Chain: 8' Antique bronze chain
  • Overall: 22"H x 18"W x 18"D
  • Canopy And Backplate: 5"Diameter in antique bronze
  • Weight: 17 lbs.
  • Material: Jute
  • Bulb Shape: A21 HOUSEHOLD
  • Socket Type: 1-WAY Medium Base (E-26)
  • Switch Type: Hardwire
  • Maximum Wattage: 100
  • Jute
  • Weight: 20 Lbs
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  • India
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