Chandelier made of clustered indigo blue porcelain pendants. Each pendant is hung so they cascade down organically. We make our own porcelain and hand-mix the colors to ensure perfection. Each ceramic pendant fixture is hand made in the USA. Available in matte grey, black, white, indigo, and celadon shades.
8” H x 7” D shade handmade in the USA.
Shade: Due to the handmade nature dimensions may vary slightly (+-1") and have characteristics such as bubbles and spin lines.
Socket: E26. 100 watt max. Use LED, CFL, or incandescent bulbs.
Canopy Size: 5" diameter
International customers: Safe for installation.
Made to order: We offer rush services if needed, otherwise please allow 2-12 weeks for production. Contact us for current lead times. This item can not be returned, see our policy here. Please purchase pendants or samples for this fixture to determine if you would like to make this purchase.
How do I know what length of cord or downrod I need?
The bottom of your fixture should be 7' from the ground for walk-through areas, and >30" above any dining, island, or side table.
Can I return the fixture?
Yes, as long as it is not a an excluded item, more information here. We encourage ordering samples to make sure they are exactly what you want.
Are your fixtures warrantied?
Yes, all of our fixtures come with a warranty. Please see our terms and conditions for more information.
When will I get my order?
If you have a specific deadline please contact us prior to purchase for current lead times and rush fees.
We ship in-stock items 1-3 business days from order placement. All other products take 2-12 weeks for completion.
Can you schedule my fixture to arrive on a certain date?
If you have a specific deadline please contact us prior to purchase for current lead times, rush fees, and any applicable warehousing fees, until installation date.
What bulbs can I use?
You may use any type of fixture that matches the lamp base (E26,G9,etc), including LED, CFL, halogen, and incandescent.
Are your fixtures safe to install outside of the US?
Yes, but all fixtures must use base appropriate bulbs.