Vintage Craftsman Single Rod #459-S

Vintage Craftsman Single Rod #459-S
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New for 2016 is our Single Rods Craftsman Chandelier. Great for tall ceilings, vaulted ceiling and multiple fixtures in one room.

Specifications:

  • Instructions: View
  • See the fixture in a home: Customer Photos
  • Frame Maximum Width: Regular 21.5" x 18.5" - Large 25" x 21.5" - Grand 30" x 26"
  • Ceiling Board Maximum Width: Regular 6" - Large 8" - Grand 11".
  • Diagram of Sizes: Regular Size - Large Size - Grand
  • Weight: 17-28 pounds depending on the size and style.
  • Wattage & Bulbs: 3 Bulbs 100 watts maximum each. Works with: LED, fluorescent or incandescent bulbs.
  • Rating: UL Listed for Dry Locations
  • Main Glass Color: Caramel or Whispering White Glass(20% brighter)
  • Frame: Oak or Cherry - See colors. Custom colors are available

Size Applications:

  • Regular Size: Rooms 11' x 11' or smaller. Craftsman Style Kitchen Lighting, small dining rooms and bedroom
  • Large Size: Rooms 12' x 12' to 15' x 15' Average to large Kitchens, Dining Rooms and Family Rooms.
  • Grand Size: Rooms 15' x 15' and Up, Large Dining Rooms, Living Rooms and Family Rooms.
  • Note: The room size applications above represents about 80% of the applications, customers will use a regular size in a large room and a grand size in an average dining room depending on the decor, ceiling height, and many other factors.

Calculating Hanging Height:

  • Over A Table: For The Craftsman Style Chandelier in any size we recommend 5' 11" to 6' 7" from the floor. The factors to consider are, will I hit my head when I bend over the table, will this fixture block the view of the window, wall decorations or someone standing across the table.
  • In An Open Space:
    6' 6" to 7' 6" from the floor, in some cases even higher depending on the application.
  • Measuring Hanging Height:
    Hanging height is determined by measuring from the ceiling to the bottom of the glass. The easiest way to measure is to hold a yardstick or tape measure up to the ceiling and see how far you want the fixture to hang down.

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