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Glittering LED-lit kiln-fused glass panels float in a double-tier round chandelier from aircraft cable suspension. Available in 4 glass styles and 8 finishes.
This Glissando Wall Sconce by Swarovski features a distinct design, that of a frozen crystallized iceberg. The wall sconce includes 2 LED bulbs and is available in polished stainless steel finish.
The Zircon Mirror is a stunning piece. Faceted, octagonal mirrors are arranged offset to create a larger mirror. All these mirrors make for the most amazing reflections of light and color.
A work of art in its own right, the Gallery Table Lamp exhibits three twists of forged steel that flows from pedestal to shade, wrapping around the lamp tube along the way.
As both a vintage and a mid-century modern style, this oval starburst pairs artisan blown glass and accent metalwork. It looks fabulous over dining tables or kitchen islands.
The Gem LED Linear Suspension showcases beautiful artisan blown glass ‘gems’ on a base of finished steel with added task lighting through four frosted glass diffusers. Smaller and custom sizes are also available.
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.
Thick, organic flowing glass of the modern Audra Grande pendant light is painstakingly molded by European artisans to create an incredibly deep and rhythmic silhouette through which your choice of LED light or halogen light is artfully diffused.
This 3-dimensional contemporary mirror features hand cut iron dowels in varying lengths welded to the outer edge of the frame, finished in a burnished steel silver. The mirror is surrounded by a considerable 1 1/4″ bevel.
Add a contemporary look to your work area with the George Kovacs George’s Reading Room Floor Lamp.
I’ʹm a firm believer that lighting affects mood, and twinkly lights on strings bring something magical to occasions ranging from concerts to weddings, though I’ʹm fond of using them as year-round home decor. There’ʹs a reason why they’ʹre sometimes called fairy lights. When the night is right, there aren’ʹt any strings at all.