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TOKENnyc | Lemp Pendants 1

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The most recent offering in the TOKENnyc lighting collection, the Lemp Pendants, are inspired by the shape of Russian stacking dolls and citrus fruit.

The surface treatment is a nod to architect Carlo Scarpa’s 1940s glass designs produced by Venini, while their names, Verna, Lisbon and Meyer, are drawn from lemon varieties. These pendants are wired for standard incandescent, LED incandescent replacement or compact fluorescent bulbs and offered in two finishes and three colors.

The Lemp Pendants are designed, developed, hand-blown and finished in Brooklyn, NY.

Designer: TOKENnyc
Materials: hand-blow from partially recycled colored glass
Dimensions: variable
Colors: Tourmaline, Aubergine & Slate
Project year: 2011

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