- Swarovski SCD300 Candesco Wall Sconce.The modern contempo style is sure to complement any bedroom, entry, kitchen, dining room or hallway.
- Tier Count: 1
- Light Source: LED
- Light Temperature: 3000K
- Bulb Count: 4
- Bulb Info: (3) 8 MAX, LED / (1) 17 MAX, LED
- Width / Length: 35" (89cm)
- Height: 6" (15cm)
- Depth/ Extension: 3.5" (9cm)
- Hang Weight: 26 LBS (11.7kg)
|CRYSTALS FROM SWAROVSKI®
Available in a myriad of colors, effects, shapes, and sizes, crystals from Swarovski offer designers a fabulous palette of inspiration, and are produced according to the innovative, lead-free* Advanced Crystal standard. Born out of a passion for detail and high-precision cutting, these precious ingredients impart refined glamour to everything they embellish. They can be recognized by the 'Crystals from Swarovski®' Seal, which serves as a certificate of authenticity that identifies products made with genuine Swarovski crystals.
SPECTRA® CRYSTAL stands for machine cut Swarovski crystal with reliable Swarovski quality. SPECTRA® CRYSTAL has been a registered trademark since 1999 and offers the most important cuts in clear crystals.
This heirloom quality crystal is characterized by visual purity, sharp faceting and precise polishing, offering shining clarity at industry standards. Also available in an array of beautiful colors.
Remarkably refractive, optic crystal was formerly used exclusively in optical and scientific instrumentation, until Schonbek's engineers began to incorporate it into their chandelier designs. Optic crystal is also available in selected Jewel Tones™ colors.
This machine-cut crystal is characterized by visual purity, sharp faceting and precise polishing that offers clarity at industry standards.
Recalling the fashions of a bygone era, these fanciful beads, dainty droplets and antique-style faceted ovals are woven into chains creating a jewel-like brilliance. Vintage Crystal® is also available in a selection of Jewel Tones™ colors.
|The Legacy Collection®
Legacy Crystal® comes from the traditional glass-making region around Venice. Modestly priced compared to cut crystal, this Venetian crystal is molded and fire-polished to produce a subtle luminosity.
When Adolf Schonbek began crafting chandeliers in 1870, social life was illuminated by candlelight. This weak flickering light was refracted and magnified by quartz pendants adorning the chandeliers. The same crystal that illuminated the grand palaces of Europe centuries ago is still available to those who value lighting as an art form and a Schonbek chandelier as a work of art.
Rock crystal is mined, not manufactured and therefore it cannot be mass-produced. Skilled gem cutters grind, cut and polish each rock crystal by hand to enhance its splendor and luminosity. No synthetic process will ever replicate the natural prismatic beauty of rock crystal