Le Klint, Carronade Pendant - Medium, Sand
Le Klint, Carronade Pendant - Medium, Black
Le Klint, Carronade Pendant - Medium,
Le Klint, Carronade Pendant - Medium,
Le Klint, Carronade Pendant - Medium,
Le Klint, Carronade Pendant - Medium,
Le Klint, Carronade Pendant - Medium,
Le Klint, Carronade Pendant - Medium,

Le Klint

Carronade Pendant - Medium

Sale price$1,600.00

Designer: Markus Johansson

Design Year: 2016

This is truly a sculpture in lighting. The Carronade spot pendant is the perfect spotlight. Ideal as a single working light and general light source for business and home use. These small pendants are perfectly sized to hang as a beautiful cluster, in a row or at various angles to highlight the rotating head feature.

Designer Markus Johansson was inspired by 17th century ship cannons for the collection. The head of the lamp is fully adjustable to meet your needs and the attention to detail in the quality finishes sets it apart from the rest. Click the link in bio to view the full collection. This lamp is in stock and ready to ship!

Description: Pendant lamp providing adjustable directional light for hardwire into the ceiling.

Production Process: Spun and painted aluminum shade.

Materials: Matt painted aluminum shade, brass fittings, soap-washed oak or American walnut accent

Product Dimensions: Small: 3.65”Ø x 7.5”L; medium: 6.75"Ø x 12.25"L

Product Weight: Small: 1.5 pounds; medium: 2.75 pounds

Packaging Dimensions & Weight: Small: 13"L x 7"W x 5"H, 6 pounds; Medium: 16"L x 16"W x 14"H, 7.5 pounds. No assembly required.

Light Source: Small: E12 10 watt max LED; medium: E26 15 watt max. Bulb not included.

Cord: 9.8' ivory fabric covered cord.

Canopy: 5.5"Ø white plastic.

Certification: UL Listing upon request.

Environment: For indoor use only.

Care Instructions: Dust with soft dry cloth or wipe with damp cloth using water only and drying thoroughly. Always switch off electricity supply before cleaning.

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Le Klint

The story of Le Klint is not merely the story of a company, but also a reflection of the history of design and lighting technology spanning the entire 20th century and into the 21st. From Danish architect and engineer P.V. Jensen-Klint’s hand-pleated shade constructed to soften the blaze of a paraffin oil lamp he had designed, to today with updated materials and collaborations with talented designers, Le Klint has remained an integral and relevant part of the lighting landscape worldwide.