Visually impressive: Greenbriar oak 8-arm chandelier and Oak leaf & acorn chandel-air by Meyda Lighting

Meyda Custom Lighting launched the Greenbriar Oak 8-arm chandelier and Oak Leaf & Acorn Chandel-Air.
Meyda Custom Lighting launched the Greenbriar oak 8-arm chandelier and Oak leaf & acorn chandel-air.

Meyda Custom Lighting has launched the Greenbriar oak 8-arm chandelier and Oak leaf & acorn chandel-air. Meyda Custom Lighting is a Meyda Tiffany Company.

The 42-inch wide Greenbriar oak eight-arm chandelier has a multi-toned autumn beige shade crowned with a scalloped trim in bark brown granite glass, which appears to sprout metal oak leaves and branches in a dark burnished antique copper finish. Eight amber faux candlelights on bobeches appear to sprout from branch-like arms. The chandelier hardware was crafted by artisans at the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains in Upstate New York.

The 44.5-inch wide Oak leaf & acorn chandel-air combines a custom lighting design with fan technology, featuring a Sahara Taupe Idalight diffuser complemented with hardware finished in mahogany bronze. This includes eight inner lamps for decorative lighting, four uplights for ambient lighting and four downlights for task lighting. This was handcrafted in Yorkville, New York at the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains.

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Custom sizes, styles, and colors are available, as well as dimmable energy efficient lamping options such as LED. The fixtures are UL and cUL listed for damp and dry locations.

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