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Bryant Transitional 5-Light Chandelier in Oiled Bronze with Amber Scavo Glass

$219.60
$274.50
(20% off)
From Lightology
Choose variant:
We found this at 14 stores including Walmart, 1StopLighting, and Luxe DecorThis product sells from $219.60 up to $274.50. Users can save 20% by shopping at Lightology.
Illuminate your dining space with this captivating 5-light chandelier, featuring a refined oiled bronze finish and elegant amber scavo glass shades. Designed to enhance both traditional and transitional decors, this exquisite lighting piece adds a warm, inviting glow to any room. Perfect for creating memorable dining experiences, it's an elegant addition to your home.
Alternative names

Quorum Lighting - Five Light Chandelier - Bryant - 5 Light Chandelier in Quorum

Color

Bronze, Amber

Bryant Transitional 5-Light Chandelier in Oiled Bronze with Amber Scavo Glass
We found this at 14 stores including Walmart, 1StopLighting, and Luxe DecorThis product sells from $219.60 up to $274.50. Users can save 20% by shopping at Lightology.
Illuminate your dining space with this captivating 5-light chandelier, featuring a refined oiled bronze finish and elegant amber scavo glass shades. Designed to enhance both traditional and transitional decors, this exquisite lighting piece adds a warm, inviting glow to any room. Perfect for creating memorable dining experiences, it's an elegant addition to your home.
Alternative names

Quorum Lighting - Five Light Chandelier - Bryant - 5 Light Chandelier in Quorum

Color

Bronze, Amber

Bryant Transitional 5-Light Chandelier in Oiled Bronze with Amber Scavo Glass

$219.60
$274.50
(20% off)
From Lightology
Choose variant:
Found at 14 stores · Prices updated 18 days ago
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Lightology
$219.60
1StopLighting
$219.60
Luxe Decor
$219.60
Destination Lighting
$219.60
Affordable Lamps
$219.60
Build.com
$219.60
1-800Lighting
$219.60
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