Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Bespoke Lighting - Handblown - Rothschild And Bickers

You can choose from several glass colors including clear glass.

I particularly like the thin exposed , twisted wire.
And the attached fringe !
Elegant.
I immediately thought of Marley & Lockyer's post about a pendant lighting fixture she was looking for. I am wondering if they can make it in mercury glass as well.
That would be perfect for her.


I am impressed with the pride & quality of Rothschild & Bickers, I think you will be too.


Well....what's the verdict ?

Do we likie ?


To download brochure;

http://rothschildbickers.com/images/downloads/brochure.pdf


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12 comments:

  1. Renee, that would be perfect in Mercury Glass, but I have to say I have fallen for the one before it...divine.
    Ness xx
    Thanks for thinking of me =)

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  2. Renee...what an amazing find...

    the fringing adds a touch of nostalgic glamour dont you think...?!?!?

    stunning craftmanship...

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  3. I lovie! My favorites are the spindle and lantern lights but of course I like anything glass (I make Dichroic jewelry in a kiln). I'm just drawn to it. As for the fringe? Not crazy about mixture of textures but in the right home, fabulous!

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  4. I just found a few small hanging pendant lamps in Mercury glass ..for my bath reno! I am awaiting a new shipment!
    Thanks Renee...
    Leslie

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  5. Likie lotsie. Love them all. Nice resource. (I have you in my "blogs you may like" section now) I'm a little slow, but love your blog. Lots of good info.

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  6. I adore mercury glass.

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  7. We don't likey, we lovey!
    So feminine and beautiful.
    They definitely do look more like beautiful fabric than glass.

    xo
    Brooke

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  8. Aren't these guys amazing Renee! True artisans, no doubt about it. And it's really hard work, MOTH went to a weekend workshop years ago & after much huffing & puffing, 2 days later produced one tiny blue paperweight, est. cost $450!!

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  9. Love your post on the handblown glass lights.I often use handblown industrial glass pendants, these are so refined.Thank you

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  10. hi Renee,just came to say hi and tell you that the wallpaper is up,come by take a look. i think it looks nice, i know i need more but it's its ok for now..
    i love all this fixtures i have never seen anything like it ,very unique,thank you for showing it to us... have a great and sunny day.

    Silvia.

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  11. very good !!!
    See my blogs
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I love what I do and cannot imagine my life without Design.

Design Challenges are great.

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