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Medium Quantum Chandelier

New Gold with Clear Glass | MCL60M


A science experiment in chandelier form. The Quantum is linear poetry, a complex structure of horizontal and vertical struts fuse together to create an elegant framework punctuated with clear glass balls for dynamic contrast.


  • Height
    375mm / 14 3/4"
  • Height with shade
    600mm / 23 3/4"
  • Width
    1465mm / 57 3/4"
  • Width with shade
    1505mm / 59 1/4"
  • Depth
    575mm / 22 3/4"
  • Total drop
    1290mm / 50 3/4"
  • Minimum drop
    890mm / 35"
  • Ceiling rose dimensions
    Diameter 115mm (4 1/2") x Depth 20mm (3/4")
  • Finishes
    New Gold Clear Glass/New Silver Clear Glass
  • Constructed from
    Steel with decorative finish and glass spheres
  • Net weight
    8.5kg / 18 3/4lbs
  • Max wattage
    12 x 25W
  • Lamp
    12 x SES (E14) Candle Bulb
  • Voltage
  • Lampshades
    12 x 5" Top Hat
  • Flex and switch
    Braided silk flex in gold


Chronicle embraces the bold spirit of Porta Romana in a collection that defines timeless elegance, fusing heritage pieces with original and unique designs.

Eclectic and imaginative, the collection re-invents distinctive Porta Romana silhouettes, injecting a rich intensity of colour, whilst channelling a retro revival, in a medley of pieces inspired by the 60’s and 70’s.

Daring and unexpected finishes sit beside, familiar, subtle textures, whilst vivid hues create an unexpected union with a more muted palette.

The unmistakable influence of nature is detected with decorative elements and organic forms.

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