The Cafe Pendant from Firstlight is a beautiful tear drop design in a stunning brushed steel with green coloured shade interior. The light is a stylish fitting whether over your breakfast bar singly or in a group. The light requires a 60w Max E27 lamp or LED equivalent and can be dimmed when using a dimmable lamp. The height of the fitting can be adjusted at the time of installation
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All goods must be returned in their original condition with all of the original undamaged packaging and in an outer postal box within 30 days of receiving your order.
Dusk Lights will not pay for any unwanted goods to be returned. Goods may be returned by courier or by registered post, and this cost must be met by the customer.
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