The Fleur is handcrafted from solid brass. The brass and handmade glass add restrained sophistication to any space.
The brass is lacquered to preserve it's beauty.
The pendant has a brass finished ceiling canopy.
Heirloom grade quality lighting. No corners cut. Best in class.
Being in the lighting industry we have seen tens of thousands of light fixtures being sold, many break down due to the cheap quality and many are discarded over time and end up in landfill.
In our mind it was time to bring a change, however small it may be. Every drop counts.
We decided to make lighting with recycled materials and with the quality and design to last and weather passing trends. Make stuff the way it used to be made. To last....
Brass : As a preferred metallic finish, brass is able to hold its own with the strong colours emerging in modern interior schemes. Brass can give rich warmth to an interior.
Blown Glass : Blown glass has a very pleasing effect on light. When projected through hand-blown glass the effect creates a wonderful warm ambiance.
The pendant will not be manufactured in large factories but in small artisan workshops. Some of these artisans come from families that have worked over several generations honing and passing on their skills in the same trade.
All parts of the luminaire will be handmade ( Except Electrical wiring & parts), hand turned on lathes in thick brass rather than machine stamped in thin sheets of metal.
The glass will be mouth blown with recycled melted glass. We will use moulds in this process as the glass needs to perfectly fit the metal components.
These techniques are the age old tested handcrafting techniques and the end result is a unique stunning piece of artwork, not just a light fixture.
The product is not just about it's quality and beauty but at it's core are the concepts of recycling, quality and artisanship.
Dia - 8CM
Height - 29CM
Total Height with wire & Canopy ( Adjustable ) - 150CM
Globe : E27 ( Not included )
Only 100 available in this pre-order. Estimated delivery by End of February, 2020