Rattan - Remi Shade - Wide

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Disclaimer

Because of the size of these shades they cannot be shipped to a rural address. Please nominate a 'town' delivery address. THESE ARE HANDMADE AND ORGANIC - NOT INTENDED TO BE ABSOLUTELY PERFECT!

Product description

Simple but Stunning!

With it's tight rattan weave, this shade will give your home a French Mid-Century feel. Although thick and substantial, this statement size has great proportions for dining, statement placing or large kitchen islands!

*SHADE ONLY*

THESE ARE HANDMADE AND ORGANIC - NOT INTENDED TO BE ABSOLUTELY PERFECT!

PLEASE NOTE:
NOT SUITABLE FOR OUTDOOR USE
MUST USE LED BULBS

Additional information

Materials:
- Rattan with metal frame

Colours:
- Natural

Measurements:
- 670mm diameter x 370mm high
- Hole at top 44mm,
- middle metal ring hole 40mm

THESE SHADES MUST HAVE THEIR PENDANT SETS CONSTRUCTED AND INSTALLED BY A REGISTERED ELECTRICIAN.

Both the Lamp holder and shade will be required at the time of installation of this shade.

Shipping and returns

Whenever possible, we try to get your purchase to its destination within seven days, free of charge. This excludes trade orders and out of stock items.

We also offer a generous 30-day refund policy. If the product is not suitable for any reason, return it to us for a refund or exchange. Please remember that the product needs to be in its original condition, and to keep all packaging intact for an easy return. Please download the returns form from our Contact page.

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Organic Style

Earthy, Natural, Handmade, Unique

The Organic style celebrates the handmade nature of products and suits an interior that wishes to highlight a unique, one of a kind piece. It is richer in colour and form than Boho and can work across all types of homes. Think of a super minimalist home with one handmade pendant over a dining table or an eclectic abode with a different colour and style of pendant or wall light in each room. This style is about celebrating and investing in custom pieces from small artists and makers in New Zealand to villages around the world.