Yamagiwa - Tear Drop Pendant Light
Yamagiwa, based in Japan and started in 1923, has been a leading producer of avant-garde lighting for decades. As is with many crafts from the area, quality of craftsmanship and conceptual artistry have propelled the company to the world stage, collaborating with internationally acclaimed designers and architects to create an exceptional catalog of renowned lighting designs.
The Tear Drop Pendant Lamp is a stunning demonstration of the wonders of modern lighting. Designed by Tokujin Yoshioka and featured in the Museum of Modern Art in New York, this breathtaking piece is formed of smooth glass and aluminum and is intentionally scaled to the size of a human heart. A single lamp floats within the perfect orb of glass, illuminating the shade and the room around it with a warm and thoughtful demonstration of light.
Description: Pendant lamp made of two nested solid glass globes. To be hard wired with canopy into the ceiling.
Production Process: The shade is formed solid glass.
Materials: Formed solid glass, PVC cord.
Product Dimensions: 4.3"Ø
Packaging Dimensions & Weight:
Light Source: G9 halogen or LED 40 watt max. Bulb not included.
Cord: 9' white PVC cord.
Canopy: 5.5"Ø white painted metal.
Certification: UL listed upon request.
Environment: For indoor use only.
Care Instructions: Dust with soft dry cloth or wipe with damp cloth using water only. Always switch off electricity supply before cleaning. Be careful not to dent the surface, but if you do, simply use a small hook to pull out the dent.
Made In: Japan