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Mr. Cooper Pendant

Description from Merchant No. 4

Mr. Cooper Pendant

In 1664 Robert Hooke experimented with sound transmission through a distended wire. Kate Stokes' new light, Mr. Cooper, celebrates this era of invention and observations. The spun copper shade has swag lines as reference to the ridges of a tin can, and the light utilizes a 6.5' antique fabric chord. This light looks beautiful when hung in clusters cascading from a single ceiling canopy, and hung at various points using copper crimps.

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