• Prairie Cylinder Vine Pendants
  • Prairie Cylinder Vine Pendants
  • Prairie Cylinder Vine Pendants
  • Prairie Cylinder Vine Pendants

Prairie Cylinder Vine Pendants

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In the production of our Prairie Glass line, we use post-industrial glass content. Scrap glass from the stained glass industry is remelted for for the purpose of glass blowing, and the final product is spectacular. Recycled content 90-100% post-industrial material.

Originated by Louis Comfort Tiffany in the late 1800s, lustre art glass is characterized by iridescent surfaces and often complex colors and patterns. In the hands of a skilled artist/chemist, silver is used in combination with molten glass, along with other metals and minerals to create a sophisticated palette.

Our cord pendants come with 48" of cord, (longer cords available on request) which can be shortened on site by means of a simple two-part cable connector on the fixture. Simply unscrew the outer cap to expose the inner component with "teeth." Slide the cord to the desired length, then screw the cap back on, being careful to squeeze the "teeth" back inside to clamp on the cord. Trim the excess cord above the ceiling canopy.

Shades are 3"+/- diameter by 6"+/- height. Shades may vary in height from 5.75" to 6.5" to set screws, but we will do our best to match sets when they are ordered together. 

Ceiling canopies are 5" diameter.

U.L. listed, 60 watts max.