Saba, Recycled Wine Barrel Stave Pendant Light, Kitchen Island Light

Saba is a pendant ceiling light completely handcrafted using reclaimed oak staves, recycled from discarded French wine barrels and reinvented into this elegant, unique light fixture. Saba is ideal as kitchen island light or over a dining area.

Saba's oak stave is stained in a golden oak color on the outside, while the inside still shows the rich reddish color left by the wine previously held in the barrel, creating a beautiful two tones effect. The stunning redness given by the wine is enhanced when the piece is lit. Please note that your color selection applies only to the upper side of the stave; the underside will remain in the natural red wine stained color.
The staves' ends are smoothened to add softness to the silhouette, but still show the original groove of each barrel's plank. Portions of the actual barrel's metal hoop embellish the stave's ends. The metal is left in its original color. The chrome hardware elements perfectly complement the look of this piece.

Saba comes complete of a matching canopy, custom crafted to match the light fixture, using an oak disk and a small portion of a wine barrel stave, finished in the same color as the fixture.

This light fixture comes with 4 very bright halogen bulbs (gu10 35w), long life, dimmable, included in your purchase.

We always recommend to rely on professional installation for any hardwired fixture.

Saba's measurements are approximately 34" x 3". Top bracket 16" x 1 1/2".
The light's total drop is about 51" from the ceiling; it comes with about 40" wire which may be shortened as needed.

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Made in Oregon House, CA

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