Finished in polished chrome, this modern Emily 6 light crystal chandelier from Litecraft is contemporary styled. Complete with beautifully crafted hanging crystal prism bars suspended from a stylish ceiling bar.
This polished chrome 6 light Emily crystal chandelier from Litecraft, features hanging crystal prism bars suspended from a ceiling bar.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Firefly Beautiful Light
Had this light installed yesterday by our electrician and we're absolutely delighted with it. Gives out loads of light and looks absolutely brilliant in our hallway hanging on the landing over the stairs. Great value. Thanks Debenhams!
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Ally Best purchase ever
Just bought this beautiful chanderlier can't believe how it looks for the price it is stunning .The light reflects all around my dinning room it looks good.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by sloppynanny Breathtaking
I saw this chandelier for sale in November 2010 with a price tag of almost Â£750 and fell in love with it then. At that time of year it was too much to contemplate spending. So I waited for the sales to start. I am so glad I did as I got it for Â£196 and a few pence delivered Free of Charge!
It is absolutely stunning and very contemporary. Delivery fast and well packaged. Job well done I think Debenhams!
Rated 5 out of 5Â by libiloo this picture does not do justice to this beautiful light, i bought it for a great deal more from litecraft in manchester, cant believe how cheap debenhams are selling this for. It is in my dining kitchen and looks absolutely fabulous
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