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PAISLEY Wall Light



Inspired from calligraphic art and the icon of the classical candelabrum is PAISLEY Wall Light, with a hand-forged brass structure and elegant “candles” crafted from solid crystal. The candles are illuminated using the latest LED technology, creating a sophisticated and romantic light.


Item Type: Wall Light
CertificationUL, CE

Is Bulbs Included: Yes
Shade Direction: up
Is Dimmable: No
Base Type: G4
Power Source: AC
Switch Type: Knob switch
Body Material: Iron
Shade Type: Crystal
Light Source: LED Bulbs
Technics: Plated
Installation Type: Wall Mounted
Number of light sources: 7
Lighting Area: 5-10square meters

Height: 24.8 in. (63 cm)
Width: 13.58 in. (34.5 cm)
Depth: 7.87 in. (20 cm)



This product can be used in: 


110-120 volt. This light is UL-certified.

EU & UK:

220-240 volt. This light is CE-certified.

AU & NZ:

220-240 volt.


Estimated Shipping Times:

 Regular Free Shipping:

Regular Free delivery lead time may take 15 to 28 business days.

 Express Shipping (UPS / EMS / DHL / FedEx / TNT):

Free with a Minimum Spent/Order.

Oversized packages shipped by DHL, EMS, FedEx, UPS, TNT, etc., and delivery lead time takes 2 to 15 business days during the Coronavirus crisis. 

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