2-4 Weeks Lead-Time
Lindsey Adelman's Agnes chandeliers for Roll & Hill feature a modular structure that can be assembled in configurations from a modest, 6‐light chandelier to a large 20‐light chandelier. “Agnes, in its ideal state, would be a very large fixture. You could fill up a whole ceiling,” says the designer Lindsey Adelman. Articulated joints allow for the bulbs to be rotated and arranged in a multitude of ways. The bulbs can be completely vertical, in a churchlike state or at irregular angles in a more whimsical arrangement.
The first photo used to describe this product is for reference only. The exact piece being sold is represented in the photos in disassembled form. The piece is an ex-floor model and in good condition, but The Future Perfect perfect does not guarantee or warranty works sold on sale.
2 units available.
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Made to Order
Glass and machined aluminum bronze. Straight cut or anglecut glass bulbs.
L 38" x W 32" x H 25"
Incandescent (120V): E17, 10 x 25 Watt T6½ incandescent, 250 Watts, 1000 Lumens, 2700 Kelvin, Triac or ELV Dimming.
Halogen Illumination (120V/240V): G9, 10 x 25 Watt T4 halogen, 250 Watts. 1000 Lumens, 2700 Kelvin, Triac or ELV Dimming.
LED (120V/240V): G9, 10 x 3 Watt JCD LED, 30 Watts, 1000 Lumens, 2700 Kelvin, ELV Dimming.
.5" aluminum stem in matching metal finish. 35" length included with lamp. 96" length available for additional cost. Stem length can be adjusted on site.
Dia 5" in matching finish.
UL, cUL (120V). CE, CB (240V).
120V includes bulbs, 240V does not include bulbs. Please be aware that damages or imperfections may exist and no warranties are either expressed or implied through this listing due to the nature or condition of those imperfections. The Future Perfect has made every effort to capture and document these flaws accurately. Aspects of the piece's condition may be outside of our knowledge and can include, but may not be limited to, dents, dings, scratches, chips, irregular finishes, stains, tears, etc. Buyers are responsible for arranging for freight from the location of the item to their final destination.