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The Octopus Chandelier Measures 4 Feet Wide and Has 30-inch Tentacles

By: Michael Hines - Published: • References: masonscreations & technabob
As far as atypical chandeliers go, this Octopus Chandelier has to be pretty high up on the greatest hits list. Mason Parker of Mason's Creations built this chandelier out of stained glass, and it measures 4 feet across. Each tentacle, if it were stretched out straight, would measure an incredible 30 inches. What makes the Octopus Chandelier awesome, apart from its look, is that it has three lighting modes.

You can light up the head, tentacles or both at the same time. The tentacles are also removable, should you be squeezed for space. This makes the Octopus Chandelier one of the most unique -- and creepiest -- mood lights out there. Parker sold his last Octopus Chandelier for a cool $18,000, but he plans on making another one soon. Stats for Cephalopod Lighting Fixtures Trending: This Year & Popular
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