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Home Lighting is proud to present this decorative vanity light, by Holtkotter. The 5584 CH G5010 is made from premium materials, this Vanity Light offers great function and value for your home. This fixture is part of Holtkotter's decorative HOLTKOETTER LUDWIG SERIES Collection, so make sure to check out other styles of fixtures to accessorize your room.
Holtkotter HALOGEN LOW-VOLTAGE 4-LIGHT WALL SCONCE

Product #:
5584 CH G5010
(848368025101 - 240092)
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PRODUCT DETAILS:

Beautifully designed, the Ludwig Series employs low-voltage lighting technology. Not only is the frame beautiful in form, it also lights the fixture itself. This eliminates unnecessary elements, resulting in pure and essential design, complemented by precious materials. One 35 Watt Osram Halostar has an equivalent light output to one 75 Watt incandescent light bulb. Recommended wall dimmer: Lutron Electronic Low-voltage (ELV).
12 Finish Options:
Finish: Finish
Collection: HOLTKOETTER LUDWIG SERIES
Width: 36.00"
Extends: 4.75"
Bulbs Included: Yes
Listing: UL, CSA
Base Size: 4X OSRAM HALOSTAR® ECO-IRC , 35W , 12V , GY6.35 , CL
Shipping: L:48"x W:13"x H:13"-11.5lbs.
 
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

• Dimmable

• UV Filter

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A lamp or lighting fixture for us is first and foremost a functional product. “Licht machen”, to make light, is our first responsibility. Once this function is fulfilled, a beautiful form will follow, made with precious materials and dedicated workmanship. The result is perfect lighting for your home or business, accommodating and enhancing all environments, from traditional to contemporary. To clad the function of “licht machen” into a beautiful form has been taught to us by the bauhaus school of Germany and our founder Franz Holtkoetter. Since he founded the company in 1964, we have produced lighting machines using manufacturing methods that are steeped in the German Handwerkstradition—craft tradition.