Hi - the starburst pendant states that it calmed with all fittings included- does that mean light bulbs too ?
Hi Lesley, no these need to be purchased separately. It takes 12 E14 bulbs.
Please can you tell me the height of the light, without the pole?
Hi Cheryl, the starburst section is 75cm wide and 75cm deep.
Hi, as previously mentioned the pole can me shortened and adjusted, is it possible for some further deails please? in particular after cutting and shortening how does the pole reattach to the rose? what hold the pole and rose together?
by Bilal Potia
Hi Bilal, the pole screws into the rose so after cutting it would need re-threading at the end. If you google 'threading a pipe' you will see how this is done. There is a bit of work involved in this but it is easily achievable with the right tool or tradesman.
Please may I check, is this brass or at least gold in appearance? It looks it in the photo but says it's made from steel so I just wanted to check. With thanks,
by Tilly McAuley
Hi Tilly, yes don't worry it is definitely a brassy gold.
What is the weight?
Hi Helen, the weight is 11.5kgs
Can this be used with a dimmer switch?
Hi Helen, yes. This chandelier can be used with a dimmer.
is the ceiling rose attached to the pole or a seperate component?
Hello Marion, you can unscrew the rose from the pole.
What size bulb fitting does this take? I want to check it's compatible with low energy bulbs. Thanks.
Hi Alexis, this chandelier takes E14 40w (x 12).
Hello I really like the starburst pendent light but it's a tad too big for the room intended.
Does it come in a smaller size or can the height be altered?
Hi Aziz, the starburst pendant is only available in this size. The pole is not adjustable but could be shortened with the help of a handy man/woman.
Is it possible to shorten this lamp by cutting off part of the pole? Is the rose secured to the pole or can slide up and down? Thanks,
Hi Katie, a lot of people have asked the same question. The pole is a fixed length but could be shortened with a bit of DIY. It would require cutting and then re-attaching to the ceiling rose. We hope to add more detailed info shortly.