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  • Ann-Marie

    Beer Bottle Chandelier - perfect for over a pool table or game room lighting. Use wine bottles

  • Elizabeth Barnhill

    beer bottle chandelier... perfect for a man cave, basement bar?

  • Colleen Baker

    Beer Bottle Chandelier - perfect for over a pool table or game room lighting in the man cave!

  • Nicole Marie

    make a beer bottle chandelier for above a home bar or pool table in the man cave

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