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This seeded glass mini pendant from Uttermost is illuminated by one 100-watt frosted incandescent bulb. Part of the Galeana collection.
Mouth blown clear seeded glass, banded and structured with iron, and trimmed with rope and open weave touches, then finished with clay patinas to make this casually elegant lighting a statement piece wherever it’s used.
By Tammy T. from San Juan Capistrano, CA on Feb 06, 2011
These are beautiful when turned on and look at the ceiling the glass reflects looks great. The clear glass is what I like the best so many pendant lights have the same look to the glass. I am trying to get the matching fixture for over nook table.
These came in quickly and the glass is beautiful. I haven't installed them yet but I have been told that the way the glass is cut will show a nice design on the celing. I went with these for my kitchen island because I liked the OLB and I think they are classic yet different than any other pendants I have seen. You should know that the chain is crazy long (but my electrician will take care of that) and that there is a square OLB plate that flushes to the ceiling which is nice. I would order from site again.
The photo gives you the impression the glass is treated in such a way that you can't see the lightbulb through it, but in reality it looks like a clear glass covering a bright lightbulb. It makes the light too bright when you look at the glass.