Quoizel Griffin Antique Nickel 4 Light Modern Pendant QZ/GRIFFIN/P AN

Griffin is an antique nickel pendant, a white shade with a curvy frame. It attempts to revive an understated, modern style.

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: £354.00

Now: £269.04

Elstead Lighting

Quoizel Griffin Antique Nickel 4 Light Modern Pendant QZ/GRIFFIN/P AN

Griffin Incorporates an understated style in order to create a soft modern look. The frame is finished in an antique nickel colour, its softly curving arms support a glass shade. The shade is painted white on the inside, ensuring the light is distributed and diffused evenly, and creating a soothing glow.
Supplied with a 2438mm length of chain. During installation this can be adjusted to your needs.
See related products for a number of options available in the range, 3 different models are available, each available in chrome, nickel or bronze.

Fitting height: 597mm + 2438mm adjustable chain
Fitting Width: 533mm
Lamp type: 4 x 100w E27, not included

Quoizel Griffin Antique Nickel 4 Light Modern Pendant QZ/GRIFFIN/P AN.

  • Price: £269.04 - In stock
  • Brand: Elstead Lighting
  • Product ID: QZ/GRIFFIN/P AN

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When an item is in stock at KES Lighting, we will dispatch within 24 hours for delivery to you the following day, excluding weekend delivery.
When the item is in stock with our suppliers, where possible, we will arrange for the goods to be delivered directly to you so you should receive your goods within 2/3 days in the majority of cases. If the item is not of high value, your goods may be delivered to us first and then sent to you, so please expect delivery within 10 days. When neither KES Lighting nor the manufacturer has the item in stock, we will inform you of the expected delivery date.
Handmade items are made to order, so delivery can be 2/3 weeks from Italy or Austria. Please also be aware there are occasional delays for items imported from Europe through the Channel Tunnel.

We will not be held liable for any costs incurred due to late delivery or goods arriving damaged. In the majority as cases goods are delivered on time and in perfect condition, however since delivery is outside of our control we can never guarantee a delivery date. We always advise our customers not to arrange an electrician until their order has arrived and condition checked. 

Understanding Brightness

When we all used incandescent bulbs it was so much easier to understand how bright a light bulb would be. Your choice was limited to a 40, 60, 75 and 100 watt bulbs, and a particular wattage gave out roughly the same amount of light irrespective of who made it; it's just unfortunate they wasted energy generating heat!

With the introduction of CFL and LED technology, understand brightness (measured in lumens) become confusing because these light bulbs give out the same brightness for a fraction of the energy consumed (measured in watts).

So when you need to know how bright a light is say hello to Lumens and goodbye to Watts.

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