Glass pendants are among our favorite lighting solutions; here's our (updated) roundup of favorites.
Above: Solitaire Pendant Light by Jeremy Pyles of Niche Modern (available in a range of colors); $475 at Y Lighting.
Above: Acquatinta Murano Handblown Glass Pendant Light by Michele de Lucchi, also available in transparent green, glazed white, sanded, silver, or black; $730 at Y Lighting.
Above: The Miconos Suspension Light by Ernesto Gismondi for Artemide has achieved iconic status; $800 at Y Lighting.
Above: The quintessential Globe Pendant Light; $99 at West Elm.
Above: The Perseo 44 Suspension Lamp, designed by Michele de Lucchi, is $1,390 at Y Lighting.
Above: Bubble Pendant by NYC glass artist Jeffrey Goodman; available in various heights and diameters.
Above: The Luna Rod Pendant, in an antique black finish, has a fixed rod and a 10-inch transparent shade (opaque shade also available); $119 at Schoolhouse Electric.
Above: The Mega-Bulb Pendant Light by Sofie Refer mimics the incandescent bulb; $285 at Y Lighting.
Above: The Berlin Pendant Light by Roost is $165 at Digs.
Above: The Peterson Pendant Light has an iron rod, base, and ceiling plate finished in oiled bronze; $150 at Williams-Sonoma.
Above: The Glass Cloche Filament Pendant Light evokes vintage lighting fixtures with its aged steel and exposed hardware; $99 at Restoration Hardware.
Above: Meridian Pendant Light; $195 from Sundance.
For more glass pendant lights, see "10 Easy Pieces: Colorful Glass Pendant Lights."