Halophane glass became popular at the turn of the 20th century when it was discovered that its refractive qualities cast a crisp, even light throughout the room. These characteristics reduced shadows and allowed for a brighter and safer environment. Over a century later, we still value those same elements. The ribbed halophane glass with complimenting turned detailing in the framework pays homage to early period lighting.
|Shade:||Ribbed Halophane Glass|
|Light Bulb:||(1)100w A19 Med F Incand [Compare Bulbs]|
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|Category:||Mini Pendant Lights - 439|
|Style:||Transitional - 15|