Grouping variously sized and shaped Filigrana pendants in a kaleidoscopic cluster definitely commands a second look, says its creator Sebastian Wrong. Available in 3 fixed compositions of Cylinder and Ellipse models, the mouth-blown, Venetian-glass shades sport a candy-like pattern that originates in a glassblowing technique dating back to the 16th century. A spot of color is spun into delicate stripes—and the artisanal process makes each fixture completely unique. Suspended from a white powder-coated ceiling plate with matching positioning bars and clear PVC clear cables, the grouping provides gently diffused illumination with an irrepressible flourish.
$2,750 – $5,700 based on final options selected
Acid-etched hand-blown glass, acrylic, powder-coated steel
Style: C3a Cluster, C3b Cluster, C5 Cluster