Sculptural shards: Edie chandelier by Lindsey Adelman Studio

Australian-born New York-based designer Mary Wallis designed the Edie chandelier for Lindsey Adelman Studio. The lamp has sculptural shards of bevelled glass, arranged into a diamond shape around the light source. Measuring 33 inches tall, Mary Wallis’ multifaceted Edie lamp can be specified with satin nickel or brass hardware and smoky grey or clear glass.

Established in 2006, Lindsey Adelman Studio creates customized light pieces comprised of various assemblages of blown glass bulbs. The studio’s collection includes wall sconces, pendant lamps, table lamps and candelabras.

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