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Tenn Linear Pendant Light

Product Details

Tenn Linear Pendant Light has a modern and uniquely crafted shape that gets its name from the ten-degree taper to the timber body. It is the perfect pendant for kitchen islands and dining tables.

The seamless rounded end detail means that each pendant must be crafted from a single piece of hardwood. Each timber piece is handpicked to make sure the final pendant will have a unique and interesting appearance. Due to the handmade nature of the light, you might expect to find slight variations in size and finish. 

NOTE: Alternative cable, gripper and canopy finishes are available, please contact our customer service team for further information.

Dimensions (cm) H4.5 x W4
Length (cm) 90, 120, 150, 180, 200, 220, 250, 280, 300
Application Indoor
Material Wood, Metal
Wood Finish Victorian Ash, Spotted Gum, Tasmanian Blackwood, American Oak, American Oak (Black Finish) or Walnut
Gripper Finish Brass
Lamp LED 19.2W/m 2700K
Voltage 24V DC
Dimming Phase-cut
Control Gear Installed with remote LED driver
Drop (cm) Max 150
Lead Time

This product is made to order and has a lead time of 6-8 weeks for production and dispatch.

Frequently Asked Questions

What forms of payment are accepted? We accept payments through Visa, MasterCard, American Express, PayPal, Zip Money and AfterPay.

Do you support authentic designs? Yes, at Lighterior, we're dedicated to supporting original design. Everything on our site is authentic and bears the maker's mark. We stand behind the quality of everything we sell whilst your satisfaction with our products and service is paramount to us.

If you require further information, please see our Frequently Asked Questions page to assist your purchase or contact us at hello@lighterior.com.au

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Australian brand Fluxwood Lighting design and handcraft a beautiful collection of sustainable bespoke timber lighting. Driven by a love for their craft, their makers create unique pieces which showcase the natural variations of Australian hardwood timbers.