Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by midge Cooler than it looks, when lit it is stunning I bought one of these for a hallway area and loved it so much I bought a 2nd one to match it on the far end of same hallway - they are so great when alit, I use the vintage bulbs that make the gold underside of the bell light up with a contrast to the black, I have gotten more complements than on my much more expensive items. They are eclectic enough to go into many design elements. November 27, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fissie17 Gorg! It is a stunning compliment to my kitchen / nook table. I took out my builder grade chandelier and replaced it with this - I just wish I would have done it sooner! The light is pretty dim, but works because my kitchen is in close vicinity, and gives off a ton of lighting. When turned on the gold on the inside really glows. I love this so much. Only thing, you will want to buy the chandelier cord for it - it doesn't come with it, it's literally just the shade that you're paying for. May 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by SarahfromKansas Great Center Piece We recently remodeled our kitchen, and wanted a fun, slightly industrial, light fixture to go above our sink. When we came across this light, we knew it'd be a great fit. It is bold, and bigger than a typical "above-the-sink" light. The gold is super subtle and really sets the fixture apart from others like it. It completed our kitchen, and added something unique to the room! *On a side note, you do have to buy a light kit to go along with the fixture. We searched the store and found a box sitting out that we thought was the product we needed. We were charged for one light kit, and then went home to find that the box was actually the shipping box the light kits came in! There were twelve light kits inside of it...Not too smart on the employee's part, but we did take the remainders back to the store! Too funny! April 27, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by BethanyH Good addition to our dining room I wanted some kind of statement for our small dining space. The light and kit were easy to install. Initially, I had wanted to install an Edison bulb in this pendant, but the warm light of the bulb plus the gold inside of the bell made my whole dining room turn orange. I put a regular bulb in there and color of the light got much better. My one big annoyance with this light is that there is nothing hiding the ugly lightbulb socket that juts out of the top of the pendant. Most other pendants of this style come to a point to hide the actual light kit. I'm considering fashioning some kind of cone out of metal sheeting to add some interest and hide this ugly bit. April 11, 2014
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