Modern and rustic themes work beautifully together in the Colorado Springs lighting collection by Feiss. Clear Crystals floating in metal rings are threaded onto chain and strung into drum shades. This unusual marriage of dark and light fashioned into a familiar, transitional silhouette brings a bit of glamour to the ultimate mountain luxe cabin or urban loft.
Iridescent glass bubbles and black fabric shade with inside chrome reflector ensure that the 5 light pendant from the bubbles collection is the statement piece of your room. Supplied with 10 ft. Adjustable cable this pendant is 20-inch high and 24-inch wide, powered by 120v using five 40w bulbs which are included. Expert polished chrome finish provide a stunning look and overall theme for this excellent light source
Shade: Black fabric shade with inside chrome reflector
Legendary meets contemporary with the Inca Collection. Reminiscent of the mythical tales of Incan treasures, the fixtures offer brilliantly shining crystal enclosed within a precision laser-cut sheath that cannot be duplicated. The glow of the xenon light from within casts a beautifully radiant shine that adorns the outer permeable layer.
A collection worthy of the name Silhouette is fine lighting at its best. The sheer silver organza shade slopes inward and is trimmed to match. The perfect amount of glass beads and tear drops accent the impressive Vintage Gold finish highlighting the shade beautifully.
State of the art LED pendant in platinized silver leaf finish, created by acclaimed interior designer Allison Paladino incorporates our exclusive studio process of dichroic rough-cut sculpted glass. Each extra large gem is lit by hidden LED highlighting a subtle dual-colored reflective brilliance. Also available in gold leaf and patinated bronze.
A state of the art dimmable LED collection of lighting fixtures and sconces created by acclaimed interior designer ALLISON PALADINO incorporates Fine Art Lamps exclusive studio process of dichroic rough-cut sculpted glass, conceived by Fine Art Lamps master glass artist Frank Englesby. Each rough cut gem glass is lit by (small and high efficacy) hidden LEDs, highlighting a subtle dual-colored reflective brilliance. Dichroic glass was developed by NASA for use in space shuttles. Making dichroic glass requires a complex processing technique in high-temperature vacuum chambers using vaporizing metallic oxides such as magnesium and titanium. The process requires 15 to 45 individual layers totaling a width less than a single human hair.