Fliegenbein PL Pendant ID: 0348.11.10
Fliegenbein PL Pendant 106 Chandeliers & Pendants Kalmar

Fliegenbein PL Pendant

By Kalmar

Fliegenbein PL Pendant

By Kalmar


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SPEC #: KLM902441 | ID: 0348.11.10

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Fliegenbein PL Pendant

SPEC #: KLM902441

ID: 0348.11.10

The Fliegenbein PL Pendant is a clean detailed piece, perfect in a variety of styles. Steel tubes in Brown, Light Gray, or Dark Grey make up the frame which has an accent piece by the canopy, is complemented by a pleated long cone shape Natural silk shade. Canopy: 4 inch diameter. UL listed.

Available Options

Finish: Brown, Dark Gray, Light Grey

Color: Natural


    • Finish: Brown
    • Color: Natural
    • Size: 11.5"W x 28.5"H
    • Max Overall Length: 150"
    • Dimmer: Standard 120V
    • Materials: Silk  Steel  
    • Lamp Source: Incandescent
    • Bulb:
      4 x A19/Medium (E26)/40W/120V Incandescent
      Bulb not included
    • Total Wattage: 160 watts
    • Other Bulb Options:
    • UL


    • Warm Dim Compatible

      Warm Dim Compatible

    • Smart Home Compatible

      Smart Home Compatible

    • Specification Sheet / Technical Files

      Prop 65 Warning for California Residents This product can expose you to chemicals, which are known in the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to https://www.p65warnings.ca.gov/.
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      Founded by Julius August Kalmar in 1881 in Vienna, Kalmar originally produced handcrafted objects with cast bronze. Over the years, they partnered with acclaimed architects and designers, eventually presenting their custom-made wares at major exhibitions such as the 1888 Vienna Trade Exposition, 1893 Chicago World's Columbian Exposition, the 1901 Export Exposition Scandinavia and the 1906 Austrian Exhibition in London. Entering the 20th century, Kalmar began crafting customized fixtures with top tier architects and designers for some of the largest luxury projects in the world, a path they continue on today. Notable projects include: Makkah Clock Royal Tower, W Doha Hotel, Waldorf Astoria Shanghai on the Bund, The Langham Chicago, Park Hyatt Hotel in Tokyo, The Royal Terminal in Saudi Arabia, The Great Hall of the People in Beijing, The Hermitage in St. Petersburg, and The Kremlin Palace in Moscow.

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