Pendant fixture. (Product Spotlight).
The VN-120 from R. Jesse & Company, Inc., is an ultracontemporary single hanging pendant pendant
In architecture, a sculpted ornament suspended from a vault or ceiling, especially an elongated boss (carved keystone) at the junction of the intersecting ribs of the fan vaulting associated with the English Perpendicular style. . This one-light fixture is 14" in diameter with an adjustable drop determined by the client. As with every fixture in the VN Series, it is hand assembled. Finishes include gunmetal gunmetal, a bronze, an alloy of copper, tin, and a small amount of zinc. Although originally used extensively for making guns (from which it received its name), it has been superseded by steel, and it is now chiefly employed in casting machine parts. , antique iron, black iron, bronze and seal. The round shade dimensions are 6" top x 14" bottom x 10" wide. Shades are also available in other treatments, such as rawhide Rawhide
series depicting cowboys as cattle-punchers along the Santa Fe trail. [TV: Terrace, II, 235]
See : Wild West , oiled parchment parchment, untanned skins of animals, especially of the sheep, calf, and goat, prepared for use as a writing material. The name is a corruption of Pergamum, the ancient city of Asia Minor where preparation of parchment suitable for use on both sides was achieved in , fabric and as a round metal shade matching the finish choice.
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