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The Tessera modern and contemporary pendant light offers a very unique design. Resembling a small doughnut, the shade of the fixture is matte opal glass and is available with an energy efficient option. If you are looking to step away from traditional pendant lights and hang something truly interesting and appealing, this is the fixture for you. Imagine a cluster of them hanging over an entertainment space, radiating a doughnut like glow - interesting isn't it?
Select compact fluorescent lamping option for energy-efficient lighting.Compact fluorescent lamping option is NOT returnable.
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4 out of 5
VERY COOL fixture and I hope to have it working some day. Also, better price than other sites. Customer service has been phenomenal but I'd rather not have needed it. The site said the fixture takes (3) 60 watt medium base bulbs, it really takes 3 candelabra base 40 watt bulbs (not enough light). There is apparently an option for CFLs but not offered - they are checking for availability - if they can't get it I will have to modify it myself because I can't imagine another fixture here and I have looked. No instructions on how the cable adjustment works for the hanging cables (although it is well thought out once i figured it out). There is plenty of extra cable and power cord to hang the light from a high ceiling but too much to coil into the JB cover (I am hesitant to cut it off for the possibility of a future incarnation of it/different location but don't know what to do with it if I don't). the cables were tangled when i got it and had to change the holes they went into. The top of the light housing could be a little stiffer. The finial for securing the shade to the light housing was missing. I will accept all of this for the great design but would have preferred not to have had to. Details! As an architect these are very important to me.