Pinot Grigio Pendant


Are you interested in surrounding yourself with objects that reflect a consciousness of the sustainability of our planet?

The seductive cobalt blue of the Pinot Grigio pendant will complete any home bar, outside patio or inner city hip destination. This elongated form is created by swinging the bottle whilst hot, thick areas stretch further than the thin naturally creating undulations in the form. The shoulder of the bottle has been blasted with extra heat and blown to beef up and enhance the conical form.

Each pendant is handmade making no two the same and dimensions variable.
Approximate Height: 400mm Width: 85mm Weight: 525g

This pendant is now available in our new 'Take Home/Plug In' package, consisting of the blown glass bottle pendant, 3m of coloured flex and a stylish bakerlite fixture & plug. To install it is recommended that you screw a hook into a secure point, tie a loose knot in the flex, suspend, plug in and turn on. For details please see the downloadable information sheet at the bottom of this page.

Our up-cycled pendant light range are created from manufactured bottles resourced from our local community which have then been blown and transformed using traditional hot glass techniques. Utilizing the dynamic forms and familiar characteristics of the ready-made designs are created with integrity to their origins and to be versatile, catering to residential, commercial or larger unusual spaces. The possibilities are endless please contact us directly if you have inquiries about a custom project.

We encourage the sourcing and reclaiming of your own bottles for the added sentimentality of your product and of course enjoying the sense of involvement from drinking & sharing to final illumination.

The pendants are sandblasted unless otherwise requested, this ensures that the light diffuses evenly throughout the form.

Fixture pack includes; 1.5m black flex, 1 x E27 bakelite lamp holder with chord grip, 1 x LED bulb specified for 15,000 hours.

Download specification sheet here.


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