This is a very nice chandelier. Color is as on the site, beautifull blue. Mesurments are off. Height is 10" from top of bulb to the bottom that includes 1"step on the bottom and 1/4" on the top. Width is 8.75", bottom opening 4.5". Glas tickness is 1/8". Cord is nice , woven and mesures 52". There are few tiny air bubles on the bulb( at least in the one I got) but is not noticeable enough for returning. Overall great modern design.
I ordered lighting from another site, only to discover the pendants would be back ordered for two months. Which is a shame because before finding those lights....I looked at hundreds and hundreds of lights to go over my kitchen island. I made the decision to accept the back order, but I needed something to stand in until that lighting arrived. I found these lights and figured....well, close enough...they are the right size even though the shape is different, but it has that large glass globe. And they were a sixth of the price of the lights that I wanted, so I ordered 4 of these as temporary lights. So let me say....I actually like them. They are not over the top fancy. They are not trendy or cool. They do not look cheap, at least, not in my kitchen. They are laid back and rather attractive in a subdued way. I have four of them across my island (which is still under construction). I've actually considered keeping these and canceling my other order (I won't do it, but I've considered it.) I have decided that I will re-use these in my children's play room once I replace them. The only issue that I have is that for the 4" oil rubbed bronze canopy....they provided bright brass screws. Its an eye sore. Because I have 10' ceilings, I can touch them up with a bit of dark paint. But if you have lower ceilings...you may need to replace the screws to match. I opted for the clear glass. The Edison bulb casts a warm, lightly amber light. I have it on a dimmer, and it works well. Makes an odd noise, but I believe that it due to the bulb. Not bad. And given my extremely low expectations at the onset....I'm pretty impressed.