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TOKENnyc | Bell Kelp Etched Pendant

Lighting TOKENnyc | Bell Kelp Etched Pendant

A variation of the standard Bell Kelp Pendant design, the Bell Kelp Etched Pendant retains the same elegance of mid-century Danish and Italian glass and turn of the century art nouveau influences, but goes one step further. Partially recycled glass is hand-blown, then carefully hand-etched with diamond abrasive tools for a frosted, nearly opaque finish.

The Bell Kelp Etched Pendant is warm, hypnotic, versatile and functional. From ambient mood accents to a room’s primary light source, a wide spectrum of lighting can be achieved with a dimmer switch.

The Bell Kelp Etched Pendant is wired for standard incandescent, LED incandescent replacement or compact fluorescent bulbs. Pendants can be arranged in bouquet-like clusters or as singular accent pieces. The Bell Kelp Etched Pendant is designed, developed, hand-blown and finished in Brooklyn, NY.

Designer: TOKENnyc
Materials: hand-blow from partially recycled colored glass and finished with a hand etching process
Dimensions: variable
Project year: 2008
Photographer: Guy Aroch

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