Currey and Company Lapidus Chandelier 9000-0663
One of the most iconic buildings in Miami Beach is the Fontainebleau, which reminds the designer of the Lapidus Chandelier, Sasha Bikoff, of the heyday of Frank Sinatra and the famed Rat Pack. An homage to Morris Lapidus who designed the building in the 1950s, the white chandelier mimics the shape of the arches and the cheese-hole pattern ornamenting the resort. The chandelier is made of wrought iron in a sugar white finish. We offer the Lapidus in a number of designs.
- Finish: Sugar White
- Materials: Wrought Iron/Wood/Acrylic
- Overall: 19"h x 19"dia.
- Adjustable Height: 22.25" to 69.75"
- Weight: 16 lb
- Lights: 4
- Watts per Socket/Item: 60/240
- Voltage: 120v
- Socket: E12
- Suggested Bulb: G Globe
- Rods Included: 8", 14", 20" Sugar White
- Additional Rods: 9000-0662-KIT
- Cord: 13' Silver
- Canopy: 1"h x 6"dia.
- Canopy Shape: Round
- Removable Canopy: N
- Diffuser: White Acrylic