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Modern Firework Chandelier, 9-Light Sputnik Chandelier Light Fix

Product description

Color:Chrome-9light

This modern firework chandelier light fixture features with acrylic pearl petals extending from a small sphere in every direction like a starburst firework or starry night.

The sphere and rods are crafted of metal in an antioxidant good finish, which makes it durable and always stunning.

Highly Recommend to your entryway, bedroom, living room, dining room, kitchen, restaurant, bathroom, foyer, hallway, office Etc.


Specification:

Color :Chrome

Material: Metal+Crystal

Size: Dia: 19.58

Modern Firework Chandelier, 9-Light Sputnik Chandelier Light Fix


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