Description:14" Semi-Flush Bowl w/ Finials
UL/ETL Listing:Suitable for Damp Locations
- Standard Incandescent: (2) 100W Type A-19 Max
- Optional Dedicated LED: 24W 2,000 Initial Lumens
- Optional GU24 LED: (2) 10W GU24 Self Ballast LED
- Optional GU24 Fluorescent: (2) 18W GU24 Self Ballast CFL Max
Size:14" Sq. x 10" OAH
Canopy Size:1.75" H x 6" Dia.
Primary Shade Material:Artisan Glass
Shade Options:Square Bowl (-25), Round Bowl (-35)
Metal Finish Options:Dark Bronze (DBRZ), Brushed Nickel (NCKL), Matte Black (MBLK)
Shade Finish Options:Mercury (MROR), Opal (OPAL)
Options and Notes:
- Custom Overall Heights (COAH) Available - Not field adjustable
- Minimum OAH: 10"
- Maximum OAH: 24"
- Standard Overall Height (OAH) - 10"Bowl uses 4 Stainless Steel Cables w/ FinialsFinial Options: (F1) Small Cylindrical Finial, (F2) Small Square Finial, (F3) Small Square w/ Points Finials, (F4) Large Square w/ Point Finial, (F5) Concentric Squares Finial, (F6) Concentric Circles Finial
||Suitable for Damp Locations
||14" Semi-Flush Bowl w/ Finials
||Custom Overall Heights (OAH) Available - Not field adjustable Min. OAH: 10" Max. OAH: 24" Standard Overall Height (OAH) - 10" Metal screen diffuser included Bowl uses 4 Stainless Steel Cables w/ Finials Finial Options: (F1) Small Cylindrical Finial (F2) Small Square Finial (F3) Small Square w/ Points Finials (F4) Large Square w/ Point Finial (F5) Concentric Squares Finial (F6) Concentric Circles Finial
||(2) 100W Type A-19 Max
||26W 2000 Initial lumens
|Optional GU24 LED:
||(2) 10W GU24 Self Ballast LED Max
||14" Sq. x 10" OAH
||1.75" H x 6" Dia.
|Primary Shade Material:
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