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Home Decorators Collection Capri 1-Light Clear Pendant
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Home Decorators Collection

Capri 1-Light Clear Pendant

$18400 /each

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Contemporary style and quality construction combine in this brilliant-lighting accent. The Capri 1-light Pendant features an exposed steel chain and a glass shade, creating a unique, eye-catching look that will truly shine in your home decor. Give your home a touch of modern sophistication with this pendant-lighting.

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Can this pendant light work with an Edison LED light bulb?

Asked by: Carol
- Carol, this item is to be used with a Incandescent 150 max watt bulb.
Answered by: HomeDecorators
Date published: 2015-12-03

Is this light available in oil rubbed bronze or similar dark finish?

Asked by: Jo
Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot, Jo. This pendant light is only available in this finish. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
Answered by: THDSupport
Date published: 2015-10-20

Is there a way to add additional chain & wire to this fixture?

I need 10 ft. of chain. This comes w/ 6' thanks!
Asked by: decoratorgirl
Hi decoratorgirl, Yes, you can add chain as well as wire to the pendant. The trick is to find chain that will match up to it aesthetically so it will look seamless. We carry chain, as well as lengths of lamp cord wire (which is what is powering this pendant) at your local store per foot, so you aren't stuck with a large amount of it. Make sure that you use butt splices and white electrical tape for extending the length of the lamp cord so as to give it a seamless appearance as well. Again, the materials I just explained are all available at your local Home Depot. Joseph
Answered by: JosephHDATL
Date published: 2015-11-07

Can these be used with LED bulbs?

We're looking to be more energy efficient, so are these compatible with LED bulbs assuming those are the standard bases like those of incandescent bulbs?
Asked by: LucyNJ
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