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Currey & Company St. Barts Taupe Chandelier

$1,443.20 - $4,109.60

Product Details

Jamie Beckwith is the mastermind behind the St. Barts Taupe Chandelier, which is made of wood beads in a mix of warm gray and dove gray hues that echo colors from nature. These hang from a triple-tier wrought iron frame in a sugar white finish. The natural abaca rope on which the beads are strung is knotted and snipped by hand to leave elemental tassels that will flutter when stirred by a lively breeze. The beaded chandelier is one of several ocean-inspired designs by Beckwith.

Finish: Sugar White/Taupe/Dove Gray/Natural
Materials: Wrought Iron/Wood Beads/Abaca Rope
Finish: Sugar White/Mist Blue/Demin Blue/Natural Rope
Materials: Wrought Iron/Wood Beads/Abaca Rope

Overall: 48.5"h x 33"dia.
Adjustable Height: 53.5" to 120.5"
Lights: 7
Watts per Socket/Item: 60/420
Voltage: 120v
Socket: E12
Suggested Bulb: B Torpedo Tip

Chain Included: 6' Sugar White
Additional Chain: 0100-0138
Cord: 13' Clear Silver
Additional chain available upon request. Please call for more information. 
(7) 60w E12 B Torpedo Tip

*Availability and shipping times may vary. Please call or email for more information.

Shipping & Returns
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About the Brand
Currey & Company creates chandeliers, lamps, wall sconces, accent furniture and garden accessories. Our original designs incorporate an understanding of historic design with an abundance of imagination. A Currey & Company product speaks of the touch of human hands as well as of the design skills and craftsmanship that have created it. Currey & Company's table and floor lamps come in a variety of materials and styles. Inspirations for these designs often come from the past as familiar shapes and materials are translated into items appropriate for today's consumers. Wrought iron, brass, silver, wood and porcelain as well as a variety of ethnic materials are used to create these designs.