Grapevine And Wine Barrel Ring Vanity Light - Malvasia - Made From Retired Ca Grapevines

The Old Vine "Malvasia" vanity light is handcrafted from retired Napa wine barrel rings and local grapevine.

Each grapevine is kiln dried and sanded before being sealed with 3 coats of clear UV sealer to protect it for a lifetime of enjoyment. Once the vine is prepared, we attach two of our Manacle pendants carefully hand-formed from salvaged wine barrel rings. The effect is truly delightful.

These grapevines come from Opus 1 in Napa and I was very lucky to get them several years ago. They were widening the fire roads and I happened to be at the right place, right time. I dont have very many so dont wait!

The rings for the pendants come from Rutherford and Stags Leap and have beautiful patina.

INCLUDES: fixture, all mounting hardware plus extra goodies from the shop, my treat!

DIMENSIONS: APPROX 10" TALL X 36" WIDE X 8" DEEP (projecting from wall)

SOCKET: (2) standard E26 sockets fully dimmable.

WATTAGE: 60w max each, 120W max total.

MATERIAL: Retired Napa wine barrel rings and grapevine.

BULBS: Regular, florescent or LED and fully dimmable. BULBS NOT INCLUDED.

This fixture is now UL Certified

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