Sea Glass Chandelier

After having stared at one too many $12.95 rental apartment excuses for a ceiling light, I decided to create something different. Rooted in the opulence of old-world design, the strict use of reclaimed materials and hardware embodies the essence of recycling and sustainability. My unique lighting collection is hand-crafted from recycled chandeliers, colorful sea glass, seasoned driftwood and salt-corroded metals.
What started as a solitary weekend walk along the tide-swept pebble shores of the Puget Sound, discerning the occasional ocean-tumbled glass gem, has turned into an This eight armed (E27 40W bulbs) chandelier features two tiers of interwoven strands of sea glass spanning a continuous spectrum of colors ranging from a deep cola brown, via a variety of greens and whites, to a regal cobalt blue. At two feet tall with an eleven inch radius, the fixture boasts over 8,750 hand-selected pieces of sea glass amassing a staggering seventy pounds, all supported by solid brass hardware and chains, securely anchoring it to the ceiling.
Each chandelier is custom made to order, bound to become a family heirloom.

Sea Glass Chandelier in lights  with sustainable sea glass Recycled reclaimed collectable Chandelier
Sea Glass Chandelier in lights  with sustainable sea glass Recycled reclaimed collectable Chandelier
Sea Glass Chandelier in lights  with sustainable sea glass Recycled reclaimed collectable Chandelier

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Idea sent by Thomas Troisch !

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2 Comments

  1. Thomas Troisch - January 23, 2013

    thanks!

    designing the “blueprint” makes for a nice accessory to the fixture when framed and mounted in the same room.

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