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Lighting: Handblown Wall Sconces

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Lighting: Handblown Wall Sconces

March 30, 2009

From Janet & Francesca:

For the design voyeur, or for those who collect light fixtures as art pieces: two of our favorite glass artists have come out with handblown sconces.

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Above: Available at Plug Lighting in Los Angeles, Alison Berger’s hand-blown and hand-finished Cylinder Sconce is $3,540, with a lead time of 12 to 14 weeks. For more information, go to Lighting: Alison Berger Glassworks.

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Above: We also love the new Bubble Sconce from Brooklyn-based lighting designer Lindsey Adelman.

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