By Day and By Night: Mojo art glass pendant by WAC Lighting

 

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The Mojo art glass pendant by WAC Lighting glows vibrant, contrasting colors depending on the lighting conditions to create a varied and dynamic lighting experience.

The Mojo incorporates artisan techniques from the local glassmaking culture of the American Pacific Northwest that emphasize glossy patterns and vibrant colors. When lit, the bell-shaped hanging glass pendant glows an intense, planetary orange with an amber lip. While unlit, the pendant continues to glow an ethereal blue-green color. By responding to changing lighting conditions within the pendant, the fixture creates an ever-changing and otherworldly lighting experience. Just a few minutes of charging allows the pendant to glow for up to eight hours.

The fixture may be illuminated with five-watt LEDs or a 50-watt Xenon lamp.

Mojo is one of WAC’s Quick Connect™ pendants that can be canopy mounted. It can also be used with the company’s Linear Track, Solorail™ single circuit low voltage rail system; the Duorail™ two-circuit low voltage rail system; the 120-volt Standard Track Systems; the Flexrail1™ single circuit line voltage monorail system; and the Flexrail2™ two circuit line voltage monorail system.

Mounting hardware is available in numerous versatile finishes, including Brushed Nickel, Chrome and Dark Bronze.

With its shifting glow, this product can add an ever-changing flavor to a unique design project.

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