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Springdale Lighting

Model FTH10021

Internet #202624899

4-Light Antique Bronze Billiard Pool Table Hanging Light Fixture

$399.09 /each

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Accent your style with this Tiffany Billiard Pool Table Hanging Light Fixture and have all your friends ask where you got it. This gorgeous hand crafted artwork, inspired by decades of masterful artisanship will be the envy of all who sets their eyes on it. Featuring a multi-colored hand crafted glass shade that will add class to any game room. With easy to follow instructions, hanging is done with ease and can be adjusted to fit your need. This one of a kind billiard pool table light fixture will add personality to any bar, game room or any room you see fit.

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  • Gorgeous Tiffany design will add class to any room you see fit
  • Made of a sturdy metal this fixture has a antique bronze finish for that traditional look
  • Uses 4 x 100-Watt (E27) type A bulb
  • Hardwire switch for easy lighting and compatible with standard wall dimmer
  • Easy to understand instructions enclosed for convenient setup
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Is there a pull string or something to turn it off and on the light fixture?

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No. Must be hard wired to ceiling junction box with normal wall switch.
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No. Must be hard wire to ceiling outlet (with typical wall switch).
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No. It is hard wired into a light fixture.
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Where is the off and on switch for the lights

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Light does not contain a switch. Must be hard wired to ceiling junction box with normal wall switch.
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Does not have on off switch. Light must be hard wired to typical ceiling outlet with normal wall switch.
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The light must be hard wired and mounted to a ceiling outlet (with typical wall switch)
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Can it run on batteries Or is there any that run on batteries as well?

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Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 20 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Product for the Price Good product and relatively easy to assemble and install. Final product looks good. August 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Purchase Product is very high quality and was easy to assemble. The purchase price (including delivery) was approximaately 1/2, when compared to similar pool table light fixtures from other vendors. February 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great light - missing instructions Bad news first.... my light was missing the instruction sheet. Being an independent male, I figured I could get it together without looking for them on the internet. Turns out, that doesn't lead to the quickest install time as there were one or two things I needed to do over. Don't tell my wife. :) Good news... the light looks great, works great, and is as advertised. The only thing that I'd change about the appearance is the look of the numbers on the balls on the long sides. The balls are designed to look antique and a bit rough, but the numbers are basically printed decals that are perfectly round and have a perfectly printed font number on them. I might see if I can peel those off. I think it would help the overall look a bit. February 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Pool light No instructions. Must put ends up first. Tight fit. Broke off screw trying to make it fit. Drilled and install new screw, same color, can't tell. Looks nice, I like it. February 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This light really finished off our sport room! We are so happy with this beautiful Tiffany Billiard Pool Table Light. It is perfect over our pool table and completed our sport room in our basement. The lighting is perfect over the table and we received so many compliments about its look. The color and artistry in the light is excellent. This is a very unique light...we are so glad we bought it. December 29, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Pool light This light is what you expect, for the money. Fair quality, and easy to install. If you are expecting high quality for a low price be more realistic. I would recommend it if you don't have super high expectations. January 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect Billiard Light This light was just what I was hoping for. Really brings a highlight to an already perfect billiard table. Easy to put together, easy to install. The image provided doesn't do justice to the light. It was the perfect add to the game room. December 29, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by am i the only one? I wish I could give this a higher rating because I really do like the looks, but I just couldn't get this thing together. Now granted, I don't have an engineering degree - I was a lowly accountant, but I am a fairly handy guy. First and like another reviewer already stated, the sequence of steps in the instructions are incorrect - at least they were incorrect for my particular light fixture. It says to install the larger pieces of glass first and then the smaller end pieces. No can do - you need to install the end pieces first so the larger side pieces can slip over the permanently affixed corner bolts. Note also that the picture was incorrect for my fixture showing the affixed bolts going to the outside rather than inside - if they indeed pointed out then the install instructions would have been correct. But really - none of this is a big deal. What is a big deal though is that I can't get these corner affixed bolts to line up with the end piece holes. After some jockeying, pushing and pulling I was able to get three of the four in and tightened down, but I can't get that fourth one in - yet. I am hopeful that after a glass of wine or two and a break - I'll come back to it tomorrow - I can get 'er in without having to drill another hole (or expand the last existing one). I really don't want to return this light so I will make it work somehow, but it is frustrating. I am just surprised that I am the first one who has apparently had this problem - or at least the first one saying anything about it... January 7, 2016
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