Illuminate your home in style with this beautiful five-light chandelier. Featuring a wrought iron fitting in a fashionable swirl design, it offers stylish durability. The semi-polished dark amber fixture and crystal drops promise the perfect ambiance....more
This stylish chandelier features several round hanging crystals to capture and reflect the warm light. The chandelier is highlighted in dark amber to blend in with your living space decor.
Add a touch of elegance to your home decor with this fancy chandelier
Five-light chandelier has a semi-polished dark amber fixture with clear crystals
Lighting features wrought iron construction in a modern swirl design
Boasts several round hanging crystals
Requires five (5) 60-watt candelabra bulbs (not included)
Chain measures 40 inches long
Measures 20 inches wide x 21.5 inches high
This fixture needs to be hard wired. Professional installation is recommended.
The small holes on the arms are used for draining liquids completely during surface processing of the metal, so it doesn't rust.
20 in. W x 21.5 in. H
Wrought Iron, Crystal
Number of Light
18 in to 36 in
20 in to 23 in
Ceiling Light Fixture Type
Light Bulb Type
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Pretty sure it's steel, not iron. All of the tubing is hollow and has vent holes near the welds. That's common on cheap bike frames, but kind of off-putting on something decorative. They're not that easy to see because there's so much going on. On mine, some of the studs that hold the arms with the balls were not straight, so their spacing is a little irregular. Again, hard to tell. Also, one of the nuts stripped out, when I put it together. Mine also had a random extra loop welded on (little loops hold the balls).
The glass balls make up for all of the poor Chinese construction. There are 35 of them and they make the whole thing look amazing!
When assembling, do yourself a favor and use some small wire nuts when wiring the five light arms to the main wire. The instructions just say to twist them together, which is a fire waiting to happen.
We thought we were getting a real wrought iron light fixture and this is just cheap tubing that's has an antiquish paint spayed over it to make it look like real wrought iron. But, that is our bad.
The real problem is the quality. There are 10 nuts that come with this light so you can assemble it. They are all supposed to be the same size and style and they are decorative nuts because they are part of the exterior assembly. Well we only had 9 and of those 9 only 4 were identical. THe 4 that were identical were too big. They just slid over the studs they were supposed to screw and tighten down on. I had to use JB Weld inside the nuts and then shove them over the studs. I had to let that epoxy cure overnight to guarantee they didn't fall off. The remaining 5 nuts were the correct size but the wrong depth. You could not tighten them down all the way because either the studs were too long or the acorn style nuts were too shallow. So the entire assembly flops around and you can't align the 5 arms to make it look symmetrical because it is all loosy-goosy. Total waist of money.
They have since updated the description, but when we purchased this light it was advertised as having a 72"lg chain. Ours came with a 36". Our ceiling over our breakfast table is vaulted. So I had to buy 72" of antique brass chain and more electrical cord so I could modify this light to fit our needs.
Do some research. We already replaced this 5-candlier fake wrought iron light fixture with a REAL wrought iron light fixture that is bigger for ***
The chandelier I received was missing the mounting bolt/plate, but there was (thankfully) two extra crystal balls in their place (packing error?). The packaging needed to be better--two pieces were slightly dented and one crystal had a broken loop, but in the end, after finding replacement pieces at the local hardware store, and using one of the extra crystals (what luck!), it all came together and is just what I wanted. It puts out alot of light! (5x60 watt bulbs) I gave it good rating because I think it's worth exactly what I paid for it, and having to find replacement parts was extremely annoying, but I love the design.
I fell in love with this chandelier from the moment I spotted it on Overstock's website. It was one of the first items I ordered for our new home and although it stayed packed up in our old apartment for more than month, I knew it was perfect. I bought items for our new home from a variety of websites, including one very popular name brand store with pretty high prices. I was delighted to find this EXACT chandelier on that company's site for almost twice the price! As some have noted in their reviews, it took me about an hour or an hour and a half to assemble it, but it wasn't beyond me. I am not an electrician, but I have assembled just about all of the furniture in our home. And it doesn't matter what store/website you buy something, there will likely be some kind of assembly for it (even if it's just screwing on the legs/feet). I suggest assembling the frame, have an electrician hang it, and then put on the glass baubles and light bulbs. One person talked about it being cheaply made. I don't agree. Yes, it's isn't heavy and solid like traditional wrought iron. If it were, it would be a MAJOR pain to hang from the usual type of ceiling found in modern homes. You would have to find a beam in the ceiling and that would severely limit where the chandelier could hang and thus might put you at odds with your dining table or other furniture in the room. The arms are hollow and painted. Trust me when I say, you—and anyone else who sees it once assembled—will never believe it to be cheap or low-quality, at all. It's lovely in our kitchen. We have a simple, small kitchen with a cathedral ceiling and this is what makes the room. Every single person who's seen it comments on how beautiful it is.
How did the color on site compare with the actual product? Good match
Please tell us about the quality of the product. Good
How accurate was the on site description of the product? accurate
I highly recommend this chandelier to anyone considering it. It is exactly the same product as seen in the new Fall 2011 XXXXXX. catalog.
My husband put it together in no time without any difficulty. It is heavy, color is fantastic and the glass balls are beautiful. You won't be sorry.
How did the color on site compare with the actual product? Exact
Please tell us about the quality of the product. Great quality
How accurate was the on site description of the product? Exactly as described
We originally bought this chandelier for our dining room. But once we received it and assembled it, we realized it was too small. Our fault because we failed to take into account our 15 foot ceiling height. We loved the piece so much, we installed it over our garden tub in the master bath and it is fabulous. It is a wonderful chandelier for a very reasonable price.
How did the color on site compare with the actual product? very accurate
Please tell us about the quality of the product. good quality
How accurate was the on site description of the product? right on
This is one of my favorite things in my home. It's so adorable. Looks great and adds so much to my dining room. It's not huge, so be sure you don't need something larger. It works perfectly in home because it's not black and it's not brown. More of a rusty brown look. No defects when my electrician put it together, all the pieces were included. On PB it's 100$ more! Great deal!
How did the color on site compare with the actual product? Yes
Please tell us about the quality of the product. Great
How accurate was the on site description of the product? Great
Very difficult to hang. Putting it together was ok, I expected it to be a pain based on prior reviews. It comes in a lot of pieces but not hard to put together. The directions stink as far as hooking it up. Once we got it up we were very proud because it makes the room.
How did the color on site compare with the actual product? Great
Please tell us about the quality of the product. Awesome
How accurate was the on site description of the product? Verry accurate
This chandelier is listed in a very famous catalog for over $300 something Barn....Its stunning and country french...but simple. You can see this light from the street and had a passerby stop me and ask me where I purchased the light. WOW.
How did the color on site compare with the actual product? perfect
Please tell us about the quality of the product. Just what I expected
How accurate was the on site description of the product? perfect
No, you have to assemble it. ( I had the electrician put it together.jjkamjones on Apr 5, 2013
1) is this the same chandelier that Pottery Barn has? it has the same name. Just wondering so i would know if it is made of the same material and the same finish.
2) does it come already assembled? under the picture, it shows many pieces and says something like it will need to be assembled.p00hbaby on Oct 11, 2012Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
They look exactly the same but have a few differences such as chain length and wattage. We saw no differences in material and finish but would be unable to confirm said differences with competitor.overstockcustomercare1 on Oct 11, 2012
Can this fixture be spray painted black prior to adding the electrical and glass balls?silvermidst on Sep 2, 2012Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
You may alter this in any way you would like upon purchase, just know that the return policy would not apply to you anymore.overstockcustomercare1 on Sep 5, 2012
does this come in a larger size with more lights? on Aug 29, 2012Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
Can this light fixture be used on a covered outdoor patio? on Apr 16, 2012Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
This item is not weather resistant and does need to be hardwired. It is meant for indoor use only, if you would like to use it outoodrs you can, however it is not recommended.overstockcustomercare1 on Apr 17, 2012
i need two more light fixtures to complement this one, what would you suggest. My house was built in 1915, high ceilings thinking of this one for the foyer, need living room and dining room.halsdiane on Apr 9, 2012Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
We do not have any that match this exactly. I would look up wrought iron lights.overstockcustomercare1 on Apr 11, 2012