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Benson Bronze Lantern

Currey & Company
Benson Collection

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  • Type: Ceiling Lights
  • Width: 24"
  • Height: 28"
 

by Currey & Company

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As lovely as a birdcage emanating soft light, the Benson Lantern with a Pyrite bronze finish cuts a nostalgic silhouette while diffusing its light source through a French beige shantung shade. The wrought iron frame cuts a clean profile to make this four-light lantern a wonderful stand-alone luminary above a breakfast nook table or in a beautiful bedroom. The fixture also comes in a silver Granello finish.

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