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Barbara on Jun 20, 20195 out of 5 stars
I love this light. We are in the process of a new build and I put the light as a group of 3 going up the staircase. The electrician had no problem installing. The light adds a nice element of interest without going too rustic
Amy on Jun 13, 20195 out of 5 stars
I purchased an industrial pulley floor lamp and searched endlessly for something that would be complimentary, but not matchy-matchy. I loved what the seller offered but wanted something slightly different. The seller was very helpful and tried to accommodate my request. Ultimately what I wanted could not be done, but I appreciated the effort and purchased the lamp anyway. I am so happy I did. I stained/painted the insulator as I wanted it more of a steel blue vs. aqua. I love it. Super unique. Great communication. Highly recommend.
Rebecca on May 17, 20195 out of 5 stars
Just moved into my first ever office and went for the rustic/industrial feel, this is going to fit perfect!
tstack64 on Apr 4, 20195 out of 5 stars
Great light!! I am an electrical contractor, so it is a great addition to my office. I may be buying 2 more - I like it so much!!
Great quality, shipped quickly, packed well.
Jennifer on Feb 13, 20185 out of 5 stars
Great product for my husband's new office. Love it!
Andrew on Jan 1, 20185 out of 5 stars
This pendant lamp looks great. It comes with a very long cord, so if your not good at wiring you have plenty of cord to use. I have already received compliments on it.
Kris on Oct 31, 20175 out of 5 stars
Item is sturdy and arrived as described. Seller was prompt with responses and with shipping the item
Allison on Sep 8, 20175 out of 5 stars
GOT IT FOR OUR FRONT DEASK AT WORK AND IT IS AWESOME!!
Ellen on Jul 6, 20175 out of 5 stars
Tom is wonderful to work with and always very prompt. Looking forward to kitchen renovations so that I can have more of his work in my home.
Christie on Jun 16, 20175 out of 5 stars
Love these Pendant lamps. They're beautiful
Rethinking the utilitarian purpose of objects to create art
It all started with three glass insulators at a local antique store. That got the electrons firing and I needed to find a way to illuminate and bring these unintended works of art back to life. A crate of insulators later, I finally was able to figure out my methods. Every time I see one of these wonderful 100+ year old glass insulators illuminated I think of the hardy hands that created each one out of molten glass.
I am constantly searching for new ideas, pushing the limits on what was once considered utilitarian and reconfigured can be considered a focal point in your home. New items are always appearing in my shop, from glass insulators to automotive to old heater and fans, stick around and you'll eventually find something that you can't live without.
I have been pulling apart electronics and anything I could get my hands on from an early age, much to the chagrin of my other family members. I just have to know how it works. Electrical engineer by trade, too many projects by habit.
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