Hammered copper pendant creates a refined antique focal point and soft lighting anywhere - great for kitchens, counters, breakfast and work areas. 10" dia. hammered steel shade with a copper finish is suspended on a built in spindle that adjusts the cord length from 8-48"L. Takes up to 75W bulb, not included.
• Pendant lighting • Screw-in installation • Antique hammered copper finished steel • Adjustable cord length • Takes up to 75W bulbs
Size 10" dia. x 6-1/2"H
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Comments about Product: This product largely worked as advertised and is an excellent value. The ceiling plate and light fixture are very attractive, looking and feeling more expensive than they are. That is not true of the cord between the ceiling plate and fixture--it's just a dark electrical cord and one of ours was a bit curled from transit. It has straightened out some but overall, the cord is not as sharp-looking as the fixture.
Different types of bulbs change the quality of the light; this particular fixture directs light downward very well, illuminating cook top and sink area.
Installation fairly smooth--be sure to measure distance inside the can from socket to end of can when figuring how much cord to wrap. One of our ceiling can frames is apparently slightly off center and no amount of fiddling with cord-winding or tension nut would get ceiling plate to cover the existing can-plus-frame, so we'll have to remove that. Also be aware that you are supposed to add light bulb after hanging fixture--and the weight of the bulb can shift the ceiling plate. It's fairly easy to readjust--just read the directions and don't put the ladder away too soon.
Comments about Product: The styrofoam packing appeared to have melted onto the electric cord in blobs and took a considerable amount of scrubbing and scraping to get it off. Other than that, the installation was super easy and the pendants look fantastic.
Comments about Product: great item and came in very handy for a pendant light over the sink. If I decide to change it will be a snap or should say a twist. But I like it so will I do not see changing it any time soon.
Comments about Product: This was very easy for my contractor to instal, not that you need one, he just happened to be working on a project when it came in. I taught him, he had never seen one of these lights before,
He popped out the can light and screwed in the new one and voila' instant pendant over my new sink and faucet. I love it and it is a good investment.
You could easily do this yourself, but he was tall and I am quite short
Comments about Product: Wonderful way to cover our harsh recessed lighting and give our kitchen a more rustic look. One of the recessed lighting canisters came out when I was installing however I found spring clips at [@] to reattach.
Comments about Product: I'm very pleased with the light and recommend
it to others. At first the light was harsh
because I could see the bare 75 watt bulb from
several feet away. I replaced the bulb with
a small appliance 60 watt bulb which was much
shorter and could not be seen until almost
directly below the light and then looking up.
It gives a nice soft glow over my small table
in the kitchen nook.
Comments about Product: Installed 2 over my kitchen island. The recessed lights were not giving enough light. By adding these lights all problems are solved. Very easy to install and looks great. Had no problem adjusting the 2 to the same height. Although I did not realize the inside is white it is a plus to help reflect the light down. I live on a lake with wood floors and braid rugs. I wonderful addition to my decore.
Comments about Product: These fixtures changed our two ugly recessed lights into two very attractive pendant lights. When installed they appear as two professionally installed fixtures. The white interior keeps the room as bright as the higher wattage recessed light bulbs and the dark heavy type adjustable cord blends well with the look of the copper fixtures.
Comments about Product: The light is attractive, but I was disappointed that the underside of the light (which is not shown in the photo online) is white. I'd expected it to be the same copper color as the top side of the light. I decided to keep it, but had to think twice.
Comments about Product: We converted an antique dresser with a mirror into a bathroom vanity. We added a granite top with a copper sink bowl. We hung the copper lights on each side of the mirror. They were the perfect touch!
Comments about Product: Was looking forward to recieving this for use over our kitchen island. The hammered shade was lovely, however, the hanging cord was not stiff and was 'crimped' from packaging. I don't think it would've ever straightened out since the fixture wasn't heavy enough to pull it taut. The cord itself was not a good compliment to the nice shade as the color did not match.
Comments about Product: Have two of these lights hanging over breakfast nook and have had many compliments. Would definitely recommend these---[...] very pleased with anything I have purchased from Plow and Hearth THANK YOU
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