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Cosmic Cluster Pendant Lamp in Amber and Lavender

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Cosmic Cluster Pendant Lamp in Amber and Lavender

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Style: Art nouveau
  • Materials: Rolled Glass, Mouth Blown Glass, Copper Foil, Solder, Patina, Brass Spider, Porcelain Socket, Steel Chain, Lamp Wiring
  • Favorited by: 15 people
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From Providence, RI

Description

Imagine the soft glow of a cluster of stars from far off in the universe shining over your dining room table.

The design of this Christopher Foster Original lamp was inspired by a galaxy, far, far away.

The amber art glass and lavender rolled glass used in this piece is hand cut, and fired in my studio to achieve a gentle curve in each piece. I have frosted the glass to soften the glow of light that shines from within this fabulous lamp.

The lamp shade is made up of alternating lengths of glass with the longest measuring 12.5 inches, and the shortest almost 11.5. It measures 7.5 inches across, and weighs 3.5 pounds.

The foundation of the lamp is a brass spider, which holds a porcelain socket. It is wired with a 60" gold toned lamp cord. Please let me know if you will need a Iine switch on the cord. There is a 29" antiqued brass toned steel chain attached for hanging.

I recommend that using a 9 watt LED (60 watt incandescent equal) or a 14 watt CFL. I do not recommend the use of incandescent or halogen light bulbs in my lamps, as they get too hot.

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