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Gracefully exotic, the Trinity collection offers classic sophistication for transitional interiors. With or without etched glass shades, sweeping, minimalist forms are enhanced by Brushed Nickel, Polished Brass, Antique Bronze or Cobblestone finishes. Shades feature slight banding, which corresponds to the subtle detailing of the fixtures.
Is the antique bronze rather brown looking or is it more black looking? Also, can you confirm that this is a single chain?
A. The Progress Lighting P4325 Antique Bronze is more brown than black and it does come with a single chain.
at the top, where the chains attach box cover - is it a standard round or oval box cover?
A. The Progress Lighting P4325 has a standard round canopy.
Is the brushed nickel on a single chain?
A. The Progress Lighting 875709 is the Brushed Nickel chain for the P4325.
Can you mount this fixture flush with the ceiling? We need a light to hang over our island, but we dont want to be hitting our heads on it.
A. The Progress Lighting P4325 can not be mounted flush but it can be hung at the first chain rung. If hung in this fashion the overall height would be about 30".
Please describe the finish for this fixture in cobblestone?
A. The Progress Lighting P4325 in cobblestone is a lighter brown finish.
Do all the finishes use a single chain? The brush nickel shows two and want to confirm it is a single (please look at pics).
A. The Progress Lighting P4325 comes with two chains; all finishes come with two chains.
What is the total width of this fixture?
A. The Progress Lighting P4325 Billiard Fixture is 26 1/2" across.
Can this fixture be mounted on a sloped ceiling?
A. The Progress Lighting P4325 is not recommended to be installed on a sloped ceiling.
How much does P4325 Billiard fixture weigh?
The Progress Lighting P4325 weighs approximately 18 pounds.
Your response to the question about flush mounting states that if you hang it on the first chain rung the overall height will be 30", but according to the specifications the height is 28 1/4". Is the 28 1/4" measurement the light without the chains?
Yes, the Progress Lighting P4325 is 28.25 inches long without the chain. That measurement is just the length of the fixture.
I love the P4325.33 Cobblestone finish as pictured on this page. Does it come with two chains as shown on the spec sheet or one chain as shown in the photo?
The Progress Lighting P4325 will come with 2 chains as shown in the spec sheet.
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