Art Deco School Pendant Light

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Product description

Here's a brilliant way of adding a cool touch to your space. This Art Deco School Pendant Light can look great in almost any part of your home. It comes with a gorgeous opal shade and you can choose from a variety of finishes to match your interiors.

Place this inside your living room area, maybe highlight a special reading nook or conversation nook. You can also hang this right above your dining room area for a quick and lovely touch.

Each piece is made in Ireland so please allow up to 21 days for delivery.

Features:
Height: 36 cm
Width: 35 cm
Depth: 35 cm
Chain: 1 metre - extra available upon request
Request: 1 piece of E27 max 60 watt bulb

Product code:MLP117
Colours:white, clear, silver/chrome, gold/brass
Materials:wood, metal, glass
Made to order:Yes

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About the brand

Mullan Lighting was established in 2008 in an old Irish shoe factory by the now Design Director, Mike Treanor. It quickly brought life back not only to the factory building, but to the village in general, with some of the Mullan team moving into the newly restored houses. After 4 years in business, Mullan expanded their operations as they took over another abandoned factory in the UK just a few miles from Mullan village in County Tyrone.

Mullan is striving to be a permanent fixture for all your lighting needs. A mix of clean lines, along with vintage character and a dash of worldly flair make Mullan Lighting’s style both fun and ultimately timeless.

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