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  • Edition sold. If you are interested in a similar design please enquire about commissioning a bespoke piece.

    Part of the tree series, this chandelier began life in a wood. The branch was rescued from a forest clearing that was to be destroyed on a bonfire and after lurking in the Cox studio for some years it was finally immortalised in bronze. The design evolved into this quirky expression of a forest, with moon lit glass balls or mysterious fruit. This piece can be hung in any formation; as a row of branches down a bar or clustered on a round canopy over a dining table. Cox London are happy to produce the perfect configuration for a specific project.

     

  • Patinated or polished bronze, this piece can also be silver plated.

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  • Cast from life, the branches are realised in bronze by the lost wax process, and patinated by traditional torch technique using traditional chemical recipes. The branches are hung from a hand beaten planet of acid etched steel. The glass fruit are free blown in a very light grey glass and lit by dimmable LEDs.

  • Bronze and blown glass

  • 900m (35.43" ) OD x  1000mm  (39.37") drop