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Nuvo Banyon 1-light Textured Black 11-inch Hanging Fixture
Illuminate your entry with this gorgeous hanging light fixture featuring geometric inlays over clear-water glass. Expertly crafted with bold yet simple lines, this beautiful outdoor light fixture is available in a textured black finish.
ITEM#: 14605665The Banyan fixture has a pleasing architectural aesthetic and features geometric inlays atop its clear water glass. The Banyan fixture with its strong design and handsome finishes will be a welcome addition to any home.
- Setting: Outdoor
- Fixture finish: Textured black
- Glass: Clear water glass
- Number of lights: 1
- Requires one (1) 100-watt incandescent medium base bulb (Not included)
- Dimensions: 10.75 inches high x 6.125 inches wide
- Chain: 48 inches
- UL rating: Wet
This fixture does need to be hard wired. Professional installation is recommended.
All measurements are approximate and may vary slightly from listed information
|Dimensions||10.75 inches high x 6.125 inches wide|
|Manufacturer Warranty||2 year Manufacturer|
|Materials||Metal & Glass|
|Number of Light||1 Light|
|Bulb Wattage||100 W|
|Light Bulb Type||Incandescent|
|Lighting Type||Wired Lighting|
|Product Features||UL Listed|
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Love this outdoor light. Arrived very quickly and was exactly what I was looking for. It has really enhanced my front entry way and gives plenty of light! Very happy with this purchase.Read More
I was concerned this light would be too little to light our outdoor entryway, but I was mistaken. It is a beautiful light that shines very bright, even with one 60 watt lightbulb.Read More
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