• Skandivis Vita Copenhagen Large Eos Feather Pendant Light - White

Large Eos Feather Pendant Light by Vita Copenhagen

  • £199.00



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This gorgeous white Vita Eos duck feather pendant light shade is made from approximately 4500 natural goose feathers adding a very luxurious feel to this contemporary shade. The Eos casts a soft light and looks amazing, even when not lit. Dimensions: 65 cm in diameter and 40 cm high.

  • Material:  Goose feathers and paper.
  • Colour: White.
  • Care instructions: The light shade is easily cleaned with a hair dryer on the coolest setting.
  • Design:  Danish design by Soeren Ravn Christensen for Umage formerly know as Vita
  • Light bulb:  Use max 60 W E27/E26
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