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Plaster No.1 Pendant Light in Aged Brass and White Plaster by Mark D. Sikes

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Finish: Aged Brass and White Plaster
This pendant light from Hudson Valley is a part of the Plaster No.1 collection by Mark D. Sikes and comes in aged brass and white plaster finish.

  • This light measures 19" high.
  • This light uses 1 e26 medium base - a19 bulb bulb(s) up to 75 watts.
  • This light would look best in the dining room or kitchen.
  • This light includes a 1 Year Limited Manufacturer Warranty.
Brand Hudson Valley
Collection Plaster No.1
Voltage 120
Finish Aged Brass and White Plaster
Height 19
Width 15
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The family-owned Hudson Valley Lighting was actually born from a demonstration of fluorescent lighting at the 1939 New York World’s Fair. That demo was done by William Littman, who operated a lighting business out of his garage but moved to New York’s Hudson River Valley in the late 1940s out of a need for more space. The beautiful surroundings inspired the name of his lighting company and the artful light fixtures they create. Today, Hudson Valley also includes Troy Lighting, Sonneman and Corbett Lighting, but the commitment to creating high-quality lighting with nods to the past remains as strong as ever.