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Floating ‘Shoal' and ‘Drawn To Light' Chandeliers

 - Apr 2, 2009
References: scabetti & homedosh
Turning traditional lighting into floating art pieces, Dominic Bromley designs the ‘Shoal’ and ‘Drawn To Light’ chandeliers, a demonstration of captivating design and smooth sculptural details.

With an imposing cylindrical form, the Shoal strikes as a harmonized school of ocean fish swimming around a central beam of light. Crafted out of fine bone china, the delicate fish reflect light both from each other and from within their translucent bodies. The striking lighting design is available both in glazed and un-glazed white china, while you can vary their dimensions and shape to your liking.

In a similar deep-sea atmosphere, the beautiful ‘Drawn To Light’ chandelier floats a mass of fine china sculpts, resembling coral reef formations. The natural translucency of bone china creates enchanting patterns and alluring shadows around the central light source. Apart from larger bespoke cluster sizes, the handmade design can be ordered in black china or in vibrant colored glass for an even more stunning effect.

These ocean-inspired chandeliers by Dominic Bromley evoke amazing underwater images that grant an arresting feeling of energy and serenity at the same time; a snorkeling experience right at your place, and with no gear needed, either!