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Internet #204398051

Thomas Lighting Pittman 2-Light Brushed Nickel Wall Vanity Light
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Thomas Lighting

Pittman 2-Light Brushed Nickel Wall Vanity Light

$56.27 /each

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Pittman boasts a strong transitional presence with a subtle Asian aesthetic. Great mechanical forms and simple profiling make this collection current and dignified. A clean, fresh look with an evident charm providing instant character to any space. Spruce up any bathroom with the 2-light brushed nickel finish wall mount fixture, blending beautifully with existing hardware and decor. Measuring 12 in. W x 9-3/4 in. H this piece provides amble diffused warm light through its contemporary etched glass shades.

  • 2-light bath fixture in brushed nickel finish with etched glass create a simple and sophisticated setting with this sleek 2-light vanity the classic design with brushed nickel finish is ideal for use in bathroom and bedrooms, creating a warm presence pleasing everyone
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  • Etched glass
  • Uses (2) base bulbs, 100-Watt maximum
  • UL listed for indoor and damp locations
  • Recommend using Philips energy efficient halogen EcoVantage, Philips energy efficient CFLs or energy efficient LEDs
  • Easy installation instructions enclosed for convenient setup
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Can this fixture be pointed down as well as up?

Asked by: Lisa
Hello, Yes the glass shades of this fixture can face down or up.
Answered by: Consumer Lighting Team
Date published: 2015-09-20

Specs list the depth of this light as 12". That does not seem like the correct depth...that woul...

Specs list the depth of this light as 12". That does not seem like the correct depth...that would mean it is as deep as it is wide. Can you confirm this for me?
Asked by: Penelope
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