This seductive rondel glass chandlier is a colorful hidden jewel.
Let’s face it, we all run across something now and then that catches our fancy even though it’s a total 180 degrees from our style. Still, we find ourselves going back for another glance — time and time again. My current obsession is this rondel glass chandelier, not because I need one or even have a place it could hang, but simply because I find it visually beautiful. The candy-colored discs are hand-blown into their circular shapes. Some call them bull’s-eyes, but in my quest for more information I discovered that bull’s-eye are square shaped, created by cutting down circular rondels.
Irregular in shape and pattern, the imperfections are hardly imperfect. Even with the internet,I was unable to find much information on the chandler. It resides in a Central Park west apartment by Amy Lau Design, and as beautiful as it is, the shot [below] only gives us a glimpse. A similar chandelier could be custom made to size and color. Ah, the joys of the internet.
(Source: Amy Lau Design, Doris Leslie Blau, Glass Guru)
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