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Vintage Pop Art Chandelier


Vintage Pop Art Chandelier

Code: 274RMLGT2
Price: $2,600.00
Shipping Weight: 34.00 pounds
Dimensions: 18" H x 20" W x 34" L



Made with 32 vintage coke bottles that were collected over a 20 year period in the depts of the Puget Sound and Lake Washington by Dan Lavin. Dan, a former Peace Corp volunteer, donates his time, love, and energy to help the people of Sierra Leone to rebuild their communities and maintain sustainable development. All of artist Russ Morgan's proceeds will be donated directly to the Community Initiative Program for sustainable Development in Sierra Leone, Africa.

The total hanging length of the chandelier, done in either chain or braided steel cable, can be customized to suit your needs for a small charge.

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Additional Artist Creations:

Pop Art Upcycled Chandelier
Code: 274RMLGT1

Summer Rain Chandelier
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Spring Shower Chandelier
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Over the Rainbow Chandelier
Code: 274RMLGT5

Autumn Leaves Chandelier
Code: 274RMLGT6

Punch Cup Drunk Chandelier
Code: 274RMLGT7


Who Spiked the Punch Chandelier
Code: 274RMLGT8

Punch Cup Cluster Chandelier
Code: 274RMLGT9

Wine Bottle Chandelier
Code: 274RMLGT10


Artists Inspiration:

I have been exploring the possibilities of chandeliers working with upcycled materials for the past 20 years. Originally working with beach glass, I now shop at thrift stores for patterned glass vases, bottles, and plates in different colors that I breaking and tumbling for a smooth frosted finish.. Each piece of glass is then individually wired and affixed to a metal frame. Also punch cups, candy dishes, decanters and a host of silver chaffing dish holders have come into play. They have a "modern artifact" look that can be very nostalgic and are a real show stopper. Custom work is available in virtually any color, size and form desired. What was born of the need for materials on a tight budget is now recognized as "upcycled" art. I think of it as my opportunity to educate people in the throw away land to think before they toss something away. Reuse, renew, upcycle! That is my mantra.

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