• Anemone II Large Pendant

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    Taupe and cream striped and glazed shade spiked with gold leafed sculpted blossom.

  • Anemone II Small Pendant

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    The taupe and cream striped & glazed cylindrical shade is spiked with a silver leaf blossom element and gold ball finial.

  • Compass Pendant

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    Gold and silver leaf spheres highlight the taupe cylindrical shade and gold and silver leaf finial. Included with the mini pendant are 2 x 12″ and 2 x 6″ finished rods.

  • Flambeau Pendant

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    One of my favorite things I always look for at Mardi Gras parades are the Flambeau Carriers. Dancing and lighting the way with their brightly lit torches. This inspired my Flambeau Collection. The perfect pieces to lead the way. Paul Grüer

  • Fragment Gold Large Pendant

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    All pendants have 2 x12″ and 2 x 6″ rods with the matching finish included in the box to allow for many different lengths. Also the fragment gold collection has a painted drum shade that has a 15″ diameter, and can take a 100 watt Medium based bulb.

  • Fragment Gold Small Pendant

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    Decorative silhouette of a fragmented head finial atop a gold leafed cylindrical shade.

  • Fragment Silver Large Pendant

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    All pendants have 2 x12″ and 2 x 6″ rods with the matching finish included in the box to allow for many different lengths. Also the fragment silver collection has a painted drum shade that has a 15″ diameter, and can take a 100 watt Medium based bulb.

  • Fragment Silver Small Pendant

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    Decorative silhouette of a fragmented head finial atop a silver leafed cylindrical shade.

  • South Beach Pendant

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    Inverted pendant shade features black & cream stripes with a sculpted finial.

  • Trellis Pendant

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    Looking out of my studio windows I am surrounded by trees. Bare of leaves yet beautiful with their twisted sculptural branches. This inspired my Trellis Collection. Organic, Calming with the slightest hint of fall. Spring will come turning these bare branch trellises into an explosion of green. – Paul Grüer