Designed and producing fascinating, unique lighting since 1984, Voltolina remains a family operated designed house in Venice, Italy, today. Captivating to observe, masterful to admire; every piece designed and manufactured by Voltolina exudes Italian sophistication and craftsmanship. Only the finest raw materials are processed in Italy, Spain, Morocco or Tunisia to achieve a lighting fixture worthy of illuminating any elegant surrounding, may it be a hotel reception or intimate dining room.
Voltolina Barena 6 Light Murano Glass Chandelier 505900W-6C
The Barena chandelier is constructed of hand blown Murano glass covering 12 luminaires, available in a variety of colours: red, black, violet, clear crystal, crystal & gold or white (as shown). An eye-catching design, the Barena demands attention in whatever environment it is placed in, may it be the dining room or bedroom.
What is Murano glass?
Developed in Venice, a crossroads of travellers, merchants and craftsmen, Murano glass is still today manufactured by hand-blowing the glass into a multitude of colours and shapes by skilled artisans. Voltolina employs Murano specialists in Morocco, Spain and of course Italy to ensure only the finest quality glass leaves their factories.
Lamps: 6 x E14 40w (not included)
Suitable for mounting on normally inflammable surfaces
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You can return your purchase, for any reason, as long as you contact us within 14 days of receiving, and you then have another 14 days to return the item. Please note that you are responsible for the cost of returning items to us, unless we delivered the item to you in error. All return items must include lamps supplied with the fitting, be in the original unmarked packaging; and not have been installed, used, or modified.
If your order arrives damaged or defective please inform us immediately so that we can arrange replacements.
Non-returnable Items- we cannot accept returns on some items such as those specifically made to order, or clearance items.
What If My Order Arrives Damaged?
We will make every effort to help you obtain the necessary replacements as quickly as possible at no extra cost to you. Occasionally we may ask you to send us an image of the damage as this often helps us process a claim with a manufacturer or courier.
What If My Order Is Faulty?
All of our products come with a minimum 12 months guarantee, and in such circumstances we will arrange collection and repair or replace the item.
When Will I Receive My Order?
We keep a large range of products in stock, so as long as we receive your order by 2pm we will dispatch the same day for delivery to you the next, excluding weekend delivery. We can delivery on Saturdays but there would be an additional cost.
When we don’t have an item in stock we can often arrange for the manufacturer to delivery direct to you within 2/3 days, however not all manufacturers will do this, so please expect delivery within 10 days. Sometime neither KES Lighting nor the manufacturer have the item in stock, in these circumstances we will inform you of the expected delivery date.
Handmade items are often made to order, so delivery can be 2/3 weeks if coming from Italy or Austria. Please also be aware there are occasional delays for items imported from Europe through the Channel Tunnel.
In all circumstances we will inform you of the expected delivery date, however we always advise our customers not to arrange an electrician until your order has arrived, as there may still be delays outside of our control, and we will not be liable for any costs incurred.
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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