Rejuvenation

Opalescent Art Glass Teardrop Feather Shade

Handblown | Item #B1402

Z019765
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Size

1 size

Description

An example of true American artistry, this lovely shade is blown and feathered by hand. It's crafted by a small, family-owned glassmaking company in California that uses traditional 19th-century methods.

Price $445.00

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Product Specifications

Height
8-3/4"
Width
8"
Fitter
4"

Notes

  • Choose Opal or Magnolia
  • As with all handmade glass, these artisan shades will have slight variations

Tips:

We especially love this shade paired with our trefoil-canopy fixtures: the Wildwood, Blackstone, and Broadleaf.

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