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|Style: Modern||Shade Material: Glass|
|Finish: 1: Bronze||Finish: 2: Silver|
|Room Use: Kitchen||Swarovski Crystal: No|
|Lens Included: No||Bulb Type: LED|
|Transformer Required: Yes||Number of Lights: 6|
|Number of Tiers: 1||Adjustable: Yes|
|Light Direction: Down||Wattage per Bulb: 1 Watts (W)|
|Product Care: Wipe with a soft, dry cloth||Eco-Friendly: Yes|
|Country of Manufacture: China|
|Assembly Required: Yes|
|Product Warranty: 1 Year Limited Warranty: The warranty is limited to the correction of any defect in material and workmanship. The warranty does not cover the finish.|
For over four decades, George Kovacs has been a name synonomous with contemporary design. George Kovacs is a pioneer in the fusion of clean lines with unexpected twists and curves, resulting in pieces that had a modern appeal with a retro flavor. George Kovacs designed and manufactured his products from his facility in Brooklyn, NY up until a few years ago. His studio, designs, and naming rights were purchased by the Minka Group and his collection was incorporated as a stand-alone grouping.
Although the products are now imported, the design heritage remains the same. George Kovacs lighting remains at the forefront of cutting edge contemporary style, and he retains a team of renowned designers, including George Kovacs himself, Rachel Simon, Karim Rashid, and Alecia Wesner. These lighting experts have designed a wide selection of wall sconces, pendants, ceiling lights, bath lighting, table lamps and floor lamps.
There is nothing better than a Kovacs light for today's modern home decor. Be sure to browse the Kovacs line of lighting and be astonished by the intriguing and forward-looking aspects of cutting edge design and technology. Defined by unusual elements fused with a popular vision of what modern means, his lighting creates an individual and powerful sense of space no matter where it is placed.
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