Distinctive illumination: Brasher by Hudson Valley Lighting

Brasher was conceived by Hudson Valley Lighting from an early 20th century French sconce.

Hudson Valley Lighting's new Brasher line was conceived from an early 20th-century French sconce.

Glass is hand-poured into molds and then bent to form the distinctive panels constituting the bulk of Brasher’s look. The texture of these panels refracts the light coming through, while the glass itself is infused with a soft champagne hue. Seen from underneath is the brass or nickel metalwork concealed behind this glass.

Brasher is available in two sizes of pendant and wall sconce.


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