Organic form: Fin pendant by Original BTC

Designed by Peter Bowles, the product has an organic form that gives the ceramic bone china an interesting and tactile form.

Original BTC’s Fin pendant is now available in a series of groupings, making for a focal point in restaurants, hotels and public spaces.

Designed by Peter Bowles, the pendant has an organic form that gives the ceramic bone china an interesting and tactile form.

Bowles, with Original BTC’s in-house ceramic experts, developed a process that includes 10 plaster mounds that bring this form to life. The handcrafted, bone china shades come in groupings of three, five or seven, with the ability to adjust lengths based on personal preference.

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Also available are the matching bone china ceiling rose and the company’s trademark cotton braided cable. The product is crafted in the company’s bone china factory in Stoke-on-Trent, UK.

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