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Item No. 100065504

Copper Shade Pendant

Price reduced from $460.00 to $391.00
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Item No. 100065504

Copper Shade Pendant

Price reduced from $460.00 to $391.00

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Estimated Arrival: Estimated Arrival: August 18 - August 20
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  • 9.8" H 9.8" W 9.8" D
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Designed by Tom Dixon
Copper Shade Pendant
Price reduced from $460.00 to $391.00
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Tom Dixon taps into high-tech to create the striking Copper Shade Pendant (2006), which was inspired by his fascination with a vacuum metallization process commonly used to make sunglasses. This pendant starts as a polycarbonate ball placed in a vacuum chamber. When the air is sucked out, an electrical charge vaporizes copper foil into a mist of particles that create a 0.02-micrometer-thick mirror-finish coating. Copper Shade works well as a single pendant or clustered into a statement chandelier. Bulb (not included): LED, CFL or incandescent; E26 base; 25W max for 10-inch pendant, 60W for 17.75 inch. UL/cUL Listed. Made in Germany.
General Dimensions
  • 9.8" H 9.8" W 9.8" D
Product Weight 1 lbs
Box Dimensions
  • 10.6" H 10.6" W 10.6" D
Assembly Requires Assembly
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

10" Diameter

  • Height (in): 9.8
  • Width (in): 9.8
  • Diameter (in): 9.8
  • Depth (in): 9.8
  • Weight (lbs): 1
  • Cord Length (in): 98

17.7" Diameter

  • Height (in): 17.7
  • Width (in): 17.7
  • Diameter (in): 17.7
  • Depth (in): 17.7
  • Weight (lbs): 5
  • Cord Length (in): 98
  • Copper and polycarbonate shade
  • Clear cord
  • Copper color domed ceiling rose

Tom Dixon

Born in Tunisia and raised in England, Tom Dixon’s reputation frequently precedes him. His mystique as a bad boy – Dixon dropped out of art school following a motorcycle accident and spent time in his 20s playing bass with a rock band and organizing warehouse parties – is nearly as recognized as his unmistakable gift for design and emergence as one of England’s most influential designers.

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