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A domical brass or stainless pendant light, with a milk glass lens supported by a five point star. Shown in Polished Stainless.
Inspired by stable windows seen in the Pennsylvania countryside, Mercer uses traditional, spare architectural profiles and clean expressed joinery. Shown in Oil Rubbed Bronze.
The Aurora is hand molded of resin in a painstakingly layered technique, directly cast from the original pattern found in Tony Duquette's archive and finished in 23K gold or palladium leaf. Here updated as a stand-alone fixture, it originated in his repertoire as a ceiling escutcheon which he used repeatedly, in gold or silver leaf, placing it over his many custom designed crystal chandeliers. Shown in Duquette Gold Leaf with Oil Rubbed Bronze fittings.
With its composition of planes, this lamp by Alan Wanzenberg for Remains Lighting evokes a card house or construction paper studies, but here in thick slabs of pottery. It has an attractive weight and permanence; solid yet playful at the same time. Finished with a sage glaze, sharp metal details and a fine handkerchief linen shade. Shown in Medium Antique Brass.
This lantern pairs classic form with spare, subtly hued transparency. Each thick, hand blown glass globe shows the hand of the maker in its distinct shape and its unique pattern of whorls, threads, and seeds. The simple uplight lamping cluster centers over a prominent pontil mark where the gaffer breaks off the glass at the base.
Our modern distillation of the traditional English foursquare hall lantern is a clean, sharply detailed rectangular form made of solid brass. Glazed with clear, fluted glass panels.
Inspired by the sun motifs in Tony Duquette’s “California Sunburst” stage curtain for the LA Music Center (1964) and his San Francisco Canticle of the Sun exhibition. Rays of hand-polished metal reflect light in all directions, creating a surprising, wonderfully even glow.
A French Moderne style twelve-light chandelier with sleek flared arms radiating from a lozenge cluster. The delicate body is suspended from a slender rod and chain.
Although it's a bit difficult to tell from a distance, the glass of this lantern is netted — referencing a time when factory lighting was netted for safety. The thick mouth blown glass is wrapped in a handwoven wire fabric, creating unique swirls and striations in the glass itself.