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Spirocraft Giclee Glow 14" Wide Ceiling Light

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Warm light filters through the custom printed shade of this Spirocraft Giclee Glow energy efficient ceiling light.

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Spirocraft Giclee Glow 14" Wide Ceiling Light
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Define your style in any room with this sophisticated semi-flushmount ceiling fixture. The design features an exclusive Spirocraft pattern designed by retro modern pop artist and illustrator Ragnar custom giclee printed on a translucent lamp shade. This high-quality material allows warm light to shine through the shade, illuminating the pattern and creating a spectacular look. A white acrylic diffuser at the bottom prevents glare and provides even lighting. Energy efficient design includes CFL bulbs. This stylish ceiling light fixture is custom made-to-order. Shade printing process U.S. Patent # 7,347,593.

  • 14" wide x 9 1/2" high. Shade only is 5" high. Canopy is 5" wide.
  • Includes three 13 watt GU24 base CFL bulbs.
  • Drum semi-flushmount ceiling light from the Grand collection.
  • Brushed steel finish. 1/8" thick acrylic diffuser.
  • Custom-printed translucent shade with exclusive Spirocraft giclee printed pattern.

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Beautiful Ceiling Light
It really is a beautiful ceiling light. The colored shade looks really nice. It was very easy to install.
It is not incredibly bright, but works well enough for our son's room. I should have paid more attention to the type of bulb... when these GU24 bulbs burn out, I'll need to special order them online. The bulbs attach really easily, wish they were the norm in the US rather than the screw on bulbs in most fixtures.
October 4, 2017
1 year ago
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