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The Bulle Pendant light is mouth-blown to perfection featuring perfectly placed visually alluring tiny air bubbles, together these air bubbles create an unforgettable glimmering effect that is sure to add a touch of glamour to any space.
Savoy House’s Dias is the perfect unique and futuristic pendant for your home. Savoy House’s designs will delight, intrigue and surprise even the most discriminate eye.
Unlock the versatility of the pendant to give your space a fresh feel. How about one next to your bed or on either side of a mirror to light your morning wake-up routine. Stagger a few at different heights over your breakfast nook in a cluster or pop three over your kitchen island. They really can go everywhere.
A floating ring of angular crystal towers provides the visual impact for this distinctive large scale pendant. Each crystal rises from an LED light guide and pierces through to emerge below, reflecting and refracting light in a vibrant sparkle.
Riddle’s intricate pattern and joinery is no joke—our expert craftsmen use a special wet-etching process to create a textural motif that looks like a mash up of Sol Lewitt and the complex geometric shapes of Islamic architecture.
The Portico pendant highlights the medallion, a classic design element, by fusing this antique pattern with on-trend mixed metal finishes in Glacial Gold and Metallic Matte Bronze to reveal a modern symmetry.
It’s a piece that garners attention for any room in need of high-end design. This pendant is handcrafted by Vermont artisans who shape forged steel into gentle curves before assembling.
With its captivating and continuous loops, Vornado pushes the limits of engineering–bands of silver and light twist in and our like a Mobius strip on steroids.
With a choice of Vintage Platinum or Soft Gold accents, this large pendant offers an amazing “city view” no matter where you live.
An organic, elegant shape flows through the design of the Zephyr. The heat-textured steel morphs into the light guide – or does the light guide turn into steel?
It is obvious that we can no more explain a passion to a person who has never experienced it than we can explain light to the blind.
T. S. Eliot