A white glass moil is captured inside a fine copper mesh basket and then plunged into hot clear glass. Air is blown into the matrix to gently push the white glass through the mesh, creating a delicate pillowed form that is suspended inside the thick outer layer of clear glass. Sometimes the copper mesh basket folds and crinkles, adding specificity to each piece. Undulations in the exterior shape are a natural consequence of the fabrication process and accentuate the gentle white pillowing below. A low-voltage xenon or LED light source is introduced into the piece, casting a warm coppery hue.
84.11 is a low-voltage cluster of 11 blown glass spheres, each housing either a 10-watt xenon or 1.8-watt LED lamp.
Pendant lengths are pre-set during production and are not site adjustable. Clients must specify the shortest and longest lengths when ordering. The pendants come standard with 10' / 3 m of coaxial cable. Additional cable lengths are available in increments of 10' / 3 m, up to a maximum of 120' / 36 m in special applications.