Rated 4 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by stork The good and the not so good The good: IT'S BEAUTIFUL!!!!! Fast delivery The not so good: The frame was bent in a couple of places but able to straighten out and one of the strands had come off but able to reattach. The bad: Expensive shipping September 30, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by AnneinTX Overall a gorgeous light, a bit flimsy up close This looks amazing installed. However, once out of the box it is almost impossible to set down without damaging... so don't unpack the box until you are ready to install. Ours arrived with one broken shell, but luckily it's not in a noticable spot. I am very happy overall with the chandelier. It was about half the price of another similar one I saw at P*** Barn. Looking up close the metal frame is a bit flimsy and the shells are attached with clear fishing line, hand knotted, so they need a bit of adjustment to hang nicely. That said, for the price, I would still recommend. February 19, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by MandolinBay Perfect for casual dining area This hanging chandelier is pretty but not too fancy. Looks nice in our semi-casual beach condo, large enough for open concept space, without obstructing the view. There is plenty of slack to adjust the height easily, which works well for higher ceilings. September 18, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Natalie31 Looks fantastic The chandelier looks fantastic once put up. My husband didn't have a hard time installing. And it's even easy to raise once installed. I didn't like the original height and we quickly raised it. The quality is average. A couple of the squares came disassembled during shipment. I didn't even bother putting them back on though and it looks fine. You can't tell one bit. We have it centered over a 5 foot long island and it is a great focal point. July 17, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by WiserBill It's pretty, but what an ordeal! I like the final effect, but it was an installation nightmare. No instructions to prepare one for the mechanical stupidity of the mount. I finally tossed the mounting hardware and made up my own. With only an eight foot ceiling, I was forced to create a flush mount so the fixture wouldn't hang at five feet off the floor. Who has such high ceilings?? Unwrapping the shell pieces went fairly well--I only broke a couple. Wrapping in plastic and taping with the same color as the shell and the fish line was pretty stupid. Just continue slowly, without rushing. April 1, 2014
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